If you park in New York, better make sure your vehicle isn’t in the way of first responders.
In a short video posted to Instagram by @jdclosser, firemen from Hancock Street’s Ladder Company 111 move both ends of a Smart Car — leaving the passenger side wheels to rest on the sidewalk. According to the New York Post, the car is owned the car sharing company Car2Go.
Reminiscent of a choreographed synchronized swim them…the men move together to lift the front end — then the back end.
“Pretty impressive guys,” @jdclosser, who appears to be from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, says as the firefighters silently get back in the truck.
In his caption @jdclosser writes, “Sometimes you just gotta do, what you gotta do. #nyc #fdny #likeaboss #nuthouse #ladder111 @fdny.”
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