Firefighters In Drag Put Out Fire At Holiday Parade

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In Padua, Minn., the annual St. Patrick's Day parade was about to get under way when a pickup truck burst into flames. Luckily two firefighters were nearby, dressed in drag for their appearance in the parade. In news footage, two guys in full-length, tropical-color gowns clutch a fire hose while periodically adjusting their dress straps.
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