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New Jersey firefighters smash minivan’s windows, run hose through front seats to reach hydrant

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Camden firefighters were forced to break two windows on a minivan blocking a hydrant to put out a fire in the city on Saturday.

Video released by the Camden Fire Officers Local No. 2578 shows a hose and shattered glass lying across the front seats of the vehicle parked on the 400 block of Chambers Street.

Everyone made it out of the home safely, the union said. No firefighters were hurt, either.

Camden fire officials couldn’t immediately be reached for more information.

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