Patriots fans came to the rescue during the rolling rally on Tuesday celebrating the team's big win against the Rams.
Video on Instagram caught at least a dozen fans pushing an ambulance on Boston Common that had gotten stuck in the mud.
The fans who helped and those surrounding them then broke out in cheers and jumped around after the ambulance made it out of the mud.
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"Reason #1,486 why I love this city," Christopher Marino, who took the video, wrote.
Officials estimate nearly 1 million fans poured into the city for Tuesday's victory parade. The Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night.