An “idiot” driver blocked a hydrant and left his or her car sitting in front of a business. With the car sitting there, someone’s life was potentially at risk, should a fire break out.
Don Long, deputy chief of the department, was stunned when his engineer did the only thing he really could in the situation. “He just took his hydrant wrench and took out the driver’s side, walked over took out the passenger side,” he told CNN.It’s crucial to keep the hose straight, as one minor kink could cut the water supply in half, resulting in a failed attempt to put out a fire.It doesn’t matter how expensive a car is, firefighters are forced to “hose” cars if necessary!
Here’s a powerful reminder to never park your car in front of a hydrant.
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