Firefighters in New Jersey had to bust out a car's windows after the driver parked in front of a hydrant.

Emergency crews were sent to put out a house fire in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, but when they arrived on scene a car was blocking the nearest fire hydrant. So, crews punched out the widows and ran their hose through the inside of the vehicle. The fire was extinguished and nobody was injured . No word on whether the owner of the car was given a ticket.

It would probably add insult to injury given the cost already incurred to replace a pair of windows, but it certainly would be within the law to stick it to him further sending a strong message. Wouldn't want to be weak on crime. Sad.