The car flattened and mangled during the blizzard is still in the same spot on Bay Parkway in Brooklyn, and has now become something of a tourist attraction.

According to the crushed Nissan's owner, Miguel Mena, reckless plow drivers from the city's sanitation department are to blame, but so far the city hasn't even removed his destroyed vehicle.

Just days before the next heavy snow storm is set to blanket the city, Mena has no car and no help from the city.

"When I call they say they are busy (and) they're going to call me later," Mena said.

Mena said that six days ago a Department of Sanitation spokesman told him he would be reimbursed, but now Miguel says his calls are being passed off and avoided. And his shredded 1995 Nissan Altima is still in pieces on the side of Bay Parkway.

"I'm just a little confused," said Mena, "I don't know what to do and where to go for help."

The twisted wreck has now become an attraction on Bay Parkway, where drivers, even some sanitation workers, stop to take pictures.

During the blizzard that socked NYC Dec. 26 and 27, Mena decided to park his car after it became too dangerous to drive. When the storm ended, Mena couldn't even find his car for a week because of the snow, but he eventually found the twisted wreckage that was left.

He still can't figure out how his car got so badly mangled, especially because others weren't even scratched.

"Two cars behind me and they didn't even touch (them)," Mena said.