A driver in California was reminded the hard way why it’s against the law to park in front of a fire hydrant.
Anaheim Fire & Rescue posted several pictures Tuesday of a car parked in the red zone in front of a fire hydrant that was needed to fight a fire.
Fire crews were forced to break the car windows to reach the hydrant.
The pictures show both rear windows busted out with the hose threaded through the car.
Ever wonder what happens when a car is parked in front of a fire hydrant and a fire breaks out? Is a closer parking spot worth the broken windows and the citation and towing fees to @AnaheimPD? @City_of_Anaheim residents please do not park in fire lanes pic.twitter.com/Q96E4gfTOR— Anaheim Fire & Rescue (@AnaheimFire) February 26, 2019