Dodge Police Car Pulled Out of Snow by Subaru WRX

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When you're stuck in snow, it doesn't really matter if the engine under the hood of your car is a powerful Detroit-made V8 or a four-cylinder. It's all about traction and a bit of skill, and that's what the video below is all about.
Earlier this week, a Dodge Charger patrol car powered by the mighty Hemi V8 found itself stuck in the snow in Hazel Park, Michigan. The driver quickly found out that rear-wheel drive ain't gonna help unless someone comes to the rescue.

Lucky for him, a second-generation Impreza WRX (also known as "New Age" or the "bug-eyed" WRX) driver arrived at the scene to free his 4,000+ pound sedan.

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