WATCH: Drag Firefighters Put Out Minnesota Blaze
BY Neal Broverman
March 22 2012 2:00 PM ET
Two firemen with the Sedan, Minn., fire department put out a blaze on Saturday while decked out in evening gowns.
The firefighters were dressed in drag for a St. Patrick's Day parade in Padua. A truck suddenly exploded during the parade, and the firemen leapt into action. The New York Daily News reports that the firefighters were luckily wearing protective boots. Watch the video below.
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