Monday, May 2, 2016
Contractor uses forklift to move car
From the NY Post:
Here’s the shocking moment a construction crew hoisted a Williamsburg family’s SUV off the street to make room for work on a luxury building site.
Contractors for Two Trees Management used a forklift to uproot the 2004 Infiniti while working on the $2 billion redevelopment of the former Domino Sugar Refinery.
The family, which has lived one block east of the historic Domino site for more than 30 years, found the SUV deposited on the curb Friday afternoon.
Henry’s father, Thomas Nahrwold, 61, had legally parked it in front of 27 South Third Street that morning.
A local auto repairman estimated it would cost at least $2,600 to fix the damages, which included a disfigured bumper, smashed undercarriage and impaired steering alignment.
The family learned who was responsible only because a neighbor recorded the act on a cellphone.