Seahawks fans at Ferndale scrap yard crush Bronco

FERNDALE — The Seahawks fans working at Scrap-It car recycling services in Ferndale got the idea when they saw the 1985 Ford Bronco in the scrap yard.

They painted the Bronco orange and blue and decorated it with Denver’s logo.

They painted the huge metal shears that rip cars apart in Seattle blue and green with the Seahawks logo.

Then, The Bellingham Herald reports, the workers acted out there Super Bowl wishes Wednesday and had the Seahawks claw tear the old Bronco apart.

Crane operator Herb Parks says it was very satisfying and made him feel like he was part of the team.

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