Drag Queen Elsa frees police wagon stuck in snow

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Drag "Elsa" just single-handedly pushed out a stuck police wagon. This representational image shows almost empty streets during a snow storm in Boston, Massachusetts, Feb. 13, 2017.

The video now stands at over 1.5 million views on Facebook, with the online coliseum hailing Triplett's selfless action as that of a "true queen". The wheels continue to spin as the van moves forward and "Elsa" then lifts up the dress to dig in.

"Yup, that just happened". He went outside in the storm to push the cop vehicle out all on his own, earning viral celebrity and cheers from patrons at the South End's Gallows pub, People reported.

After one huge push, the van appears to roll free - only to slide back into deep snow, prompting Elsa to give an exasperated hand-gesture to those watching her struggle.

The cold didn't bother him anyway.

The video, filmed from gastropub The Gallows sees "Elsa" beckon the white police van to back up while dressed in the same iconic turquoise gown she wore to sing "Let It Go". But hey, people inside, do you only do moral support/cheering, or do you do anything physical?

More than a foot of snow fell Tuesday in Boston as the latest blizzard followed two nor'easters that have pounded the city in the past two weeks.

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