This is the end of the story. I can not imagine what is happening from the beginning. As I understand the car is climbing by flood? But I am not shure! Then I can not imagine this "where a slight curve to the right banks the road toward the passenger side," These are my questions: 1. Why 'banks' me confuse its plural? It's about gramma. 2. I don’t understand, is this all happening on the road or on the flood water?
The car has been climbing a hill, and near the top, where a slight curve to the right banks the road toward the passenger side, there comes into view an amazing sight that has cut Jeremy into silence: an old wooden two-story house on an enormous platform truck, squarely in the middle of the road, blocking them. The house on the truck is moving at five or ten miles an hour. Who knows what its speed is, this white clapboard monument, this parade, a smaller truck in front, and one in back, with flashing lights, and a WIDE LOAD sign? No one would think of measuring its speed. Conor looks up and sees what he knows is a bedroom window. He imagines himself in that bedroom. He is dripping water all over his son’s car, and he is beginning now to shiver, as the truck, carrying the burden it was made to carry, struggles up the next hill.
Flood Show by Charles Baxter