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Published on 22 Sep 2021, 15:40
A Minnesota Sheriff’s deputy did some quick thinking in order to save a house from disaster. When a fire extinguisher could not put out all of the flames in a burning car that was parked next to a house, Deputy Finnegan of the Chisago County Sheriff’s Department used another tool - his vehicle. Deputy Finnegan hooked a tow strap to the rear bumper and pulled the fiery car away from the house, possibly saving this family from a major tragedy. He listened to classical music while he towed the car.
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