Yeah i don't really get it either, those articulating loaders have way more than adequate visibility on the sides. I would get if he bumped it once and then stopped, I mean accidents happen but ramming it several times and then dragging it 5 feet or whatever is ludicrous.
i hope both the tow truck drive and the articulating loader drive both lost their jobs. their both at fault. tow truck driver shouldve put some chains on the tires. the loader driver shouldve stopped once he hit the car once.
i now know that people dont give two shits about other peoples property.
Why didn't one of them go to the building it was parked in front of and ask for the owner to move forward a bit? I mean, once it was pushed into the car in front they had enough room. I guess that was too hard/complex for these simple-minded idiots....
Edit: Well I guess if it was large-ish apartment building that may have actually been hard but still, it would have been worth a shot!
The loader driver must have been a moron to get stuck. He could have just used the bucket to get free. I also heard that the explorer was owned by the city. They'll probably rig it up and keep driving it.