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Jan 18 2017

WW: Prius

Category: News,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:22 am Comments (10)
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Yes, that was a Toyota Prius.  And that door closer looks familiar.  #Wordless

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Photo:  Indianapolis Fire Department via Facebook

10 Responses to “WW: Prius”

  1. Lee Francisco says:

    Should have thru-bolted the closer to the door…

  2. Jeff Tock says:

    Should have used thru-bolts

  3. Cda says:

    Might be “fire rated”,

    But not “car rated”

  4. Michael Pedersen says:

    … How?

  5. Anthony Wan says:

    Whoa, those walls held up very well.

  6. Terry Crump, FDAI says:

    Looks like the door swings IN, and I bet they wish they had through-bolted that closer.

  7. Frank Ehrman CPP PSP says:

    Solid HM Frame in Masonry installation…Kudos to the installer!!

  8. Fred Collier says:

    What an ad for the 4110 hanging in there after being crashed into by an automobile.

  9. Jess the door closer doctor says:

    Seems only thing left of this door is the LCN 4110, how did this happen?? Complete stripdown of car and this being a statement of how big a crushed car is?? Crash?

    As for the Prius, seems thats all the metal or plastic involved, I personally prefer something bigger then a glorified golf cart when I drive

    Perfect for LCN advertising to show the durability of the 4110!

  10. John says:

    They should have through-bolted the door closer.

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