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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2016 7:44 pm 
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The driver of this Dutch Iveco claims he had a front tyre failure, lost control, hit the bridge barrier, went back into the carriageway then through the fence and some distance into the field...? It was loaded with textiles which certainly didn't exceed 12T and was a straight-forward job. The Rotator was ideal in that it could park on the hard shoulder with the ability to both pull and give lift in the required direction. We took it out through the hole it had gone through initially and was towed back to the yard.

Here's a link to a news article: http://www.kentonline.co.uk/…/lane-closures-after-lorry-sm…/

We would just like to say thank you to Mike Mahoney for providing such good quality images.

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