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This truck apparently got stuck under a Metro Vancouver gas station canopy (WITH VIDEO)

A delivery truck in a tight spot at the Petro-Canada gas station at 56th St. and 12th Ave. in Tsawwassen Friday.
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 A delivery truck in a tight spot at the Petro-Canada gas station at 56th St. and 12th Ave. in Tsawwassen Friday.A delivery truck in a tight spot at the Petro-Canada gas station at 56th St. and 12th Ave. in Tsawwassen Friday. Screengrab

A delivery truck appears to have got into a bit of a squeeze on Friday afternoon at the Petro-Canada gas station in Tsawwassen.

The video here, originally posted to the Tsawwassen Loop Facebook group by Bryan Grant, shows the truck idling with its four-way flashers on while seemingly wedged under the gas station's canopy.

A group of dudes stand looking up at it, apparently trying to figure out how to get it unstuck.

A bystander can be heard saying that they should perhaps let some air out of the tires so that they might free the thing.

How it got there - all the way under the canopy - was a mystery, so we reached out to the Petro-Canada hoping that they might shed some light on it for us.

Nobody who was working on Friday was available, nor was a manager.

We also reached out to Worta, the company whose name is on the van. They're not around on weekends.

However we did find out one thing that everyone is certainly dying to know:

No, the truck is no longer under the canopy!

Sleep well, friends.

With files from the Delta Optimist