|An icdberg in King Point, Newfoundland last week.|
The collapse sent a mini-tsunami crashing onto the beach. Everybody got out of the way and nobody was hurt. The collapse was captured on the really cool video you'll see below.
Icebergs make pretty frequent visits to Newfoundland and surrounding areas of eastern Canada.
Most of the icebergs people see in the summer around Newfoundland and Labrador come from western Greenland coastline, as glaciers calve off the enormous chunks of ice. Ocean currents bring the icebergs southward toward Newfoundland.
Here's the video, followed by more videos of icebergs this summer around Newfoundland and Labrador. Apparently, these iceberg dramas are fairly common up there.
Here's an iceberg collapsing near Twillingale, Newfoundland on July 3:
And here's a drone view of an iceberg collapsing in Labrador back in June: