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17 thoughts on “Amiens To That

  1. Junkface

    Woah! That was a stroke of luck that nobody was hurt. Someone did not complete their checklist for height restrictions after loading the cargo. That company will be fined.

  2. paul

    the fines should be big enough that no truck driver will ever turn the key in their vehicle without knowing their height and their route.

  3. Jeffrey

    How would anyone be hurt? The dozer stayed on the road the all time… anyway, another careless driver on road… whats new.

      1. Jeffrey

        ah, they would have been killed regardless then as car usually drive on the road. Nonsense.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          It’s probably wise to write a legible post when accusing someone else of nonsense.

  4. GiggidyGoo

    The obvious solution to this is to construct a ‘goalpost ‘ barrier 200 meters or so each side of the bridge – one that doesn’t break (flexible) but emits a loud warning if it is hit.

    1. Cian

      Guaranteed to get complaints about it being ugly etc… but its done in Longford at least and I assume other places too.

      1. papa p

        Surely in 2019 we could use sensors with flashing lights on the bridge instead of goalpost barriers?

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