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    Talking A good reason why you don't want to park in front of a fire hydrant

    http://consumerist.com/2014/06/09/ca...fire-hydrants/

    The above link will explain it all. That's got to be expensive.

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    That will teach you

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    A while back I saw a video of a fire truck pushing a car parked by a hydrant out into an intersection, and a few seconds later another firetruck drove though the offending car! Totaled it! Whats a couple of broken windows, the firemen could have done much worse!
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    I'm hoping this "gentlemen" learner his lesson.... I know I would have!
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    I guess they had it coming right.....
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    Parking is one thing, but if you have go, you gotta go.....Well, dogs do it
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    LOL I wonder if they came out and wanted to move it while the fire was being put out? Not only would they have had a shock but they couldn't have went anywhere either!
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