New York City Workers Wreck a Ford Explorer Towing a Front-Loader Stuck in Snow in Brooklyn Heights

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VIDEO/AUDIO GRAPHIC LANGUAGE: City workers destroy a Ford Explorer trying to free a snowbound front-loader used as a snow plow in Brooklyn Heights, New York after the storm of 2010.

Unbelievable incompetence captured on video showing a tow truck driver dragging a front-loader with a line of path right into a Ford Explorer parked at the curb. To make matters worse, the front-loaded scoop is not elevated, so it does more damage as it is dragged across the roof of the Ford Explorer. A resident captured the incident from a third or fourth floor apartment window in Brooklyn Heights. Apparently a front-loader/end-loader was being used for snow removal became stuck in the snow. A tow truck operator using bad alignment for the tow, damaged a Ford Explorer unnecessarily. The rear bumper was ripped off during the tow, and was seen lying in the street.

Don’t park on the street in New York City. Your vehicle might not get destroyed, but it sure might take some hits.

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