Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service have urged residents across the county to think about fire engines when parking their cars.
It comes after a fire truck narrowly avoided being blocked from accessing a call due to double-parked cars on a street in Glossop.
Fire crews luckily managed to make the call-out, but a spokesman for the service has urged residents to "leave room" at all times.
A statement from Derbyshire FRS said: "Please take into consideration if a fire engine would get past when you park your car, luckily this time it didn’t slow us down.
"Always try and leave room for emergency vehicles at all times."