Gravel Truck Breaks Bridge

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Barang chgout did that obstacle prevent you coming or going, and did the driver stay put, or did he do a runner.
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Driver had no where to run. Chinese company that employs him is footing the bill.
No more heavy vehicle access to town untill the new bridges go in which fortunately is meant to happen this coming dry season.
Cars or light trucks can still access around the back way.
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Bit difficult to run from 12 ft above bridge with what must also be a brown trouser moment. :shock: :crazy:
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Barang chgout wrote: Tue Aug 27, 2019 1:50 am Driver had no where to run. Chinese company that employs him is footing the bill.
No more heavy vehicle access to town untill the new bridges go in which fortunately is meant to happen this coming dry season.
Cars or light trucks can still access around the back way.
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Chinese company that employs him. So the Chinese own the truck, do they also own more in being that they are surfacing roads, or? Please tell more of what is happening in the area. What of all the forest that had been cut down, any more happening there?
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AndyKK wrote:
Barang chgout wrote: Tue Aug 27, 2019 1:50 am Driver had no where to run. Chinese company that employs him is footing the bill.
No more heavy vehicle access to town untill the new bridges go in which fortunately is meant to happen this coming dry season.
Cars or light trucks can still access around the back way.
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Chinese company that employs him. So the Chinese own the truck, do they also own more in being that they are surfacing roads, or? Please tell more of what is happening in the area. What of all the forest that had been cut down, any more happening there?
Currently China building roads in and out, have at least one resort beginning and can be seen on weekends perusing land. I dont know the extent of their plans here but I suspect within 12 months, this shall be Westport's little brother as I am sure we will link with the new development at Tmor Da.
Oh, did I forget to mention rumour of a golf course?

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