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  • With the added weight of the driver inside, thank goods it's a small car.
    With the added weight of the driver inside, thank goods it's a small car.

...where the sight of a car being pushed out of the inter-island ferry is not new.  Happens all the time when vehicles, for as many reasons as you care to count with your fingers will stall inside the boat. 

Usually the poor sailors are the ones to try and push it out and it will be doing them a huge favour if it's not too big.

 A truck with a full load is not going to budge with only a few hands trying to push it along. Good luck getting it off the ramp if it's low tide and it's angled upwards.  A bulldozer or some other heavy machinery will be needed to tow it out.

For this one, thank goodness it’s smaller; at least for the poor fella pushing the vehicle out.

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