A picture can be worth a thousand words, and sometimes it can be worth a thousand roundhouse kicks to the face.
At least that's what it feels like looking at this photo, which shows an old Toronto streetcar that crashed into a new and shiny one.
The picture, which illustrates the past, present and future's hatred of Torontonians who rely on transit, was uploaded to Twitter by user @2020Yosh on Saturday — a day that saw the city get pummelled with rain.
Here's another view:
Twitter user @TOSimon shared another angle of the crash, which captures time and space's inclination to spit in the general direction of the city's transit users.
Michael Cole also shared a picture of the collision, which is the latest line in the universe's eternal prayer for Toronto's doom.
The accident happened at Spadina Avenue and Queens Quay, according to the Toronto Transit Commission's Twitter account.
510 Spadina and 509 Harbourfront holding at Spadina and Queens Quay, due to streetcars in collision.#TTC— Official TTC Tweets (@TTCnotices) June 27, 2015
UPDATE: Shuttle buses running for the 509 Harbourfront route, due to a collision at Spadina and Queens Quay.#TTC— Official TTC Tweets (@TTCnotices) June 27, 2015
The TTC did not say what caused the crash and no injuries were reported. The route was opened again almost an hour and a half later.