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It's been an amazing day. Dozens of people are walking around that should be dead. We all seem to know someone that was down there, decided to take a different route at the last minute due to traffic, was working in the area, or is responding to the disaster. How so many people can fall 60 feet and walk away can only be explained as a miracle.
Originally Posted by thorseshoeing
I've got a set of hand cuffs, ...and try as I might, I could not choke myself.
'Damn it, Otto, you're an alcoholic.' 'Damn it, Otto, you have lupus.' One of those two doesn't sound right.
Hi this is Glen from up here in Saskatchewan, Canada. Sorry for your loss down there and I hope all you ford truck guys family's well and safe. My condolences to the ones injured and lost in your disaster. Again my condolences.
Yes the devastation is incrediable. It looks like one of the cement bases along the shore tipped a bit into the river. I wonder if the river eroded the ground out from its base causing it to sink and tip under the weight.
Had one up here. A small bridge was just inspected a month earlier and what happen was at night some poor woman came to cross it and flew right across. The lucky thing for her was the opposite side slab was still there slopping into the gulley. Her van it that and bounced up over the top back onto solid ground. She got both legs broken and her kids suffered soft tisue damage. Lucky no one else had the unfortunate luck to join her.
a little late on checking in but better late then never. i was down at the site within a half an hour.......mass chaos.......people screaming, yelling, swearing, pedestrials helping navigate rescue vehicles through the tiny one way streets, was crazy.
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