Minnesota Firefighters Douse Flames In Drag
PADUA, Minn. (UPI) — Two male firefighters didn’t let their off-the-shoulder, floor-length dresses stop them from doing their duty during the weekend, Minnesota fire officials say.
Sauk Centre Fire Chief John Egan told WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, the two Sedan Fire Department firefighters were dressed in drag for Saturday’s parade in Padua.
Despite the “hot” numbers they were wearing — one a bright coral gown and the other turquoise — the two firefighters jumped into action when flames erupted from a nearby pickup truck and spread to a second vehicle. They used a fire hose to extinguish the blaze.
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