In all seriousness, I want to extend a kudos to Al Pierce. After the 35W bridge construction was complete, Al insisted we have a guard rail installed on our side of 35W, to protect the chiller and building transformer from stray cars. The assumption was that winter drivers might spill out on the ice, crash through the chain link fence, and severely damage the chiller.
This weekend, that guard rail paid for itself.
If you track the tire marks, you'll note that the car would have run directly into our data center chiller. The car stopped at the guard rail, but had enough momentum to bend the railing a little. I'm convinced the guard rail helped us avoid an outage this weekend.