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Sandy firefighters push woman's car to safety after she runs out of gas in front of fire station

Posted at 10:44 AM, Jul 27, 2021

SANDY, Utah — Firefighters helped a woman by pushing her car safely out of traffic after she ran out of fuel in front of a fire station.

A boy uses a hose under supervision of a firefighter in Sandy, Utah

The Sandy City fire department on Tuesday talked about the incident in a post Tuesday and shared photos. The firefighters even gave the woman and her son a tour of the fire station.

Firefighters pose with a woman and her son after they helped when she ran out of gas.

Talk about a good place to run out of gas!