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    No kiddin'
    Yikes. Hope the driver made out okay.
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    Wonder how much turd was in that dude's shorts.

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    wow, as far as the title goes, you figure common sense would dictate, but oh well.
    Hope the driver made it out okay.
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    You know it is okay to stand behind a rig going up, but always have an emergency escape route and never turn your eyes away from the hazard.

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    Uummm uhh Damn. Hope the driver is OK. Guy was lucky.
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    i think i pooped a lill just watching
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    Lucky guy, not so lucky driver
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    The rig was just flipped back over and continued wheeling that day. This happened here in AZ. Everyone was fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MACH04TJ View Post
    The rig was just flipped back over and continued wheeling that day. This happened here in AZ. Everyone was fine!

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