Left stranded in a car stuck due to the winter storm can lead to people getting a bit hot under the collar. In the case of three individuals, the frustrating scenario was too much to bear and the result went from bad to worse.

A vehicle with three passengers inside found themselves trapped after the driver lost control of and plowed into a mound of snow in Massachusetts. Two men and women were on board the vehicle, all of whom tried to free the car, the MetroWest Daily News reported.

The whole thing caused traffic in Framingham with police arriving at the scene. An officer approached the driver to tell them that it would be best to get a tow truck to help them get the vehicle out of the snow. That did not sit well with the frustrated bunch and the next events from there just got heated.

When the officer was trying to speak to the driver, Bianca Torres, he was told to get a shovel and help them dig and push the vehicle out of the snowbank instead.

Rather than oblige, the officer called a tow truck to help. But instead of resolving things, everything just got chippy from there. Another passenger, 18-year-old Nathaniel Chickering refused to let the car be towed, further compounding the traffic situation.

Chickering was arrested for his actions but the third person, Michael Rodriguez just made matters worse. The 21-year-old allegedly struck the arresting officer in the stomach to get the cop to release his friend. He was also arrested for his assault on the officer.

With things getting out of control, Torres unsurprisingly intervened as well but got arrested in doing so. To make matter worse, police found a knife on Chickering in a scene that just compounded the issue in what was a bad day gone worse for the three individuals.

All were charged with disorderly conduct for the melee. Rodriguez was also charged with assault and battery on a police officer and Chickering was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon.

 snowstorm2 A snowplow stalls in front of the Treasury Department on Pennsylvania Avenue January 25, 2016 in Washington, DC. Winter Storm Jonas hit the East Coast over the weekend, breaking snowfall records, causing 29 storm-related deaths, leaving thousands of homes without power and serious flooding in coastal areas. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)