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A Little South Of Insanity

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Hidden : 7/24/2011
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Parking 34 10.304 118 55.984

Runaway Dump Truck Barrels Into Day Care Center In Newbury Park
Friday, June 24, 2011 5:44am

A dump truck which apparently lost its brakes plowed into a Newbury Park home converted into a day care center, but fortunately, the accident occured before kids were set to arrive for the day.

It happened just before 8 a.m.Thursday, on the 2600 block of Kelley Road. The truck apparently came down a hill, and couldn’t stop, crashing into the three unit home. There were people in the structure at the time, but fortunately, no one was injured. The driver of the truck escaped with minor injuries. The people who live in the home have been temporarily displaced, because the structure was heavily damaged.

How crazy was that! And how fortunate nobody was hurt! Lynn Road is a very busy place at eight in the morning on week days, and visibility on the street he came down is basically zero. The truck remained under the house for three weeks before they were able to shore up the building and remove it. Insanity! Well, this cache is just a little south of there. Good luck!

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