A man who was trying to get his SUV unstuck from a snowbank was killed when the vehicle caught fire

A man who was attempting to get his SUV out of a snowbank in New Jersey was killed after his vehicle caught fire, owerhede gesê.

The Little Ferry Police Department said two officers responded to a call on Wednesday about a vehicle that was stuck in a snowed-over parking lot near Losen Slote Creek Park, oor 14 miles from New York.
When they arrived, a 62-year-old man was repeatedly driving forward and reversing in an effort to extract his car from the snow, according to Little Ferry Police Capt. Ronald Klein.
After a brief conversation with the man, officers went to call for a tow truck and began to head back to their vehicles, Klein gesê. Soon, they heard a popping sound and saw smoke and flames coming from the SUV.
    One officer tried to extinguish the fire while the other tried repeatedly to break in the windows and remove the driver, Klein gesê. Uiteindelik, the officers were able to smash the rear passenger window. But by that point, the inside of the SUV wasfully engulfed in flames,” hy het gesê.
    Die man, who has not been publicly identified, was pronounced dead at the scene, polisie gesê. His family has been notified.
      The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating the cause of the fire.
      The snow was part of a groot winterstorm that hit the Northeast and mid-Atlantic earlier this week, halting public transit, canceling flights and shutting down coronavirus vaccination sites.




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