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We were contacted by the State Police to respond to an overturned vehicle off the roadway. The driver lost control coming over a hill and left the roadway where he slid for approximately a hundred yards before striking a telephone pole. It then overturned and slid another hundred yards before hitting a stand of trees and coming to a rest still on it's side. The recovery was fairly simple, I put it back on it's wheels then winched it back onto the roadway. Even though it had a bent rear wheel and flat tire, I hooked it with my wheel lift to open the road so the electric company could start working on the pole. Once clear of the electric company we loaded it onto the flatbed for the trip to our yard.

 

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1 hour ago, JUSTFISHING said:

What brand deck is that the floor looks like a wash board...……………….

It's a Chevron 10 series from '04. We replaced all the rails a few years back and ever since it's been real wavy. 

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