Family saws their way out of locked car dealership

(FOX News) - A North Andover family that was stuck behind the locked gate of a Haverhill car dealership parking lot on Friday night entertained themselves for nearly three hours until sawing through the lock with a borrowed power tool, MyFoxBoston reports.

"We made movies. We Facebooked a lot in regards to our ordeal, making fun of the fact that we were captive in the Bill DeLuca car lot," Jennifer Rivers said. "The kids sat in cars - the cars that were open. We kicked around a cardboard box."

Daughters Nilan, 13; Norah, 12; and Keira, 8; laughed and posed for pictures, singing "Break Free," a song by pop star Ariana Grande.

The family had been looking for a car to buy when they pulled into the parking lot of the Bill DeLuca dealership at 6 p.m., just as the business was closing. Unbeknownst to them, staff apparently then locked the gate and left with their car still inside.

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