He brings new meaning to “getting trashed.” A garbage man who was too wasted to work hijacked a trash truck and went on a demolition derby instead — slamming the vehicle into a Columbus Circle storefront before bolting from the scene Wednesday morning, police say. The D&D Carting Co. driver was sent home from work Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning because he seemed too drunk to get behind the wheel, his employer told police. But instead of sleeping it off, he hopped in a garbage truck and sped off. The rogue driver’s joyride ended with a bang when he lost control of the vehicle around 3 a.m. — hitting cars, knocking down two lamppost lights and plowing into a FedEx Office store, before finally coming to a halt behind one of the entrances to 59th St.–Columbus Circle Station, according to police and witnesses. He then fled from the wreckage, and is still on the lam, cops say.Astoundingly, no injuries were reported and there was no serious structural damage to the buildings, according to police and the Department of Buildings spokeswoman. But the collision still suckerpunched the 24-hour FedEx — smashing the entrance to pieces, and sending shattered glass and buildings materials across the sidewalk. And if it had happened later in the day, the driver’s smashing spree could have ended in tragedy, onlookers said. “The whole truck is on the sidewalk,” said a woman who works nearby and would only identify herself as Maria. “Imagine this happening in the day.” As of 11:40 a.m., DOB and other agencies were still working to safely extract the truck from the storefront.