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Look: Oak Hills (California) football players rescue fire truck stuck in mud

The linemen treated the massive truck like a blocking sled and saved the day for these heroes
James Quigg / For the Daily Press / USA TODAY NETWORK

James Quigg / For the Daily Press / USA TODAY NETWORK

Firefighters are typically the ones doing the saving, but this time it was a small group of high school football players who helped them get out of a sticky situation.

When a fire truck became stuck in a muddy field at Oak Hills (California), the school’s football team saved the day. More specifically, the linemen showed up to the rescue.

The big men worked together to lift and push the truck out of the mud, treating the massive vehicle like a blocking sled at practice.

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The next time these linemen go to push the sled at practice, it should feel like light work compared to moving tens of thousands of pounds.