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Jstpssng

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Those blades aren't used in singles. Where was it coming from? Where was it going? How did the others get from A to B?
That’s how they transport them, and I doubt that the driver chose the route to take. I also still can’t believe they couldn’t check the train schedule and plan for it. At least it wasn’t ammonia or some other toxic chemical.
 

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That’s how they transport them, and I doubt that the driver chose the route to take. I also still can’t believe they couldn’t check the train schedule and plan for it. At least it wasn’t ammonia or some other toxic chemical.
Text says the truck had escorts. So someone other than the driver was leading. Also says most semis use a different route straight over the railroad tracks avoiding the sharp turn.
 

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Those blades aren't used in singles. Where was it coming from? Where was it going? How did the others get from A to B?
Out here it's a common sight to see one blade on a flatbed heading from and to parts unknown. In fact, I've never seen more than one. They are shockingly long.
 

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Truck driver is lucky they didn’t get carried down the tracks for 3/4 of a mile by the train engine bouncing off every building as you go.
 

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I hope no emissions were created in the making and transportation of that blade. Otherwise how could the electric vehicle be “zero emissions”?
 

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That’s how they transport them, and I doubt that the driver chose the route to take. I also still can’t believe they couldn’t check the train schedule and plan for it. At least it wasn’t ammonia or some other toxic chemical.
As chemicals go, ammonia is one of the easiest to clean up from afterwards, just wash everything down with water.
And it stinks enough to let you know that it's there long before it gets to a concentration where it will do anything more than clean out your sinuses.

Aaron Z
 

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Had they used a trailer like this and the train would've probably just sneaked right under it. 🤣

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