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9-ton truck pulls down 1890s span April 13, 2011 at 12:40 p.m.

The Natural gas industry has definately boosted our local economy with jobs and royalty money, but they are destroying our roads, our land and now our historical landmarks. We should care more about preservation of our history for our children and our grandchildrens sake. There is no excuse for this incident. The managers of SweetH2O should have surveyed this area and found a better route or informed the employees working in the area that they could NOT CROSS Fryer Bridge with there loaded trucks and trailers. My message for SweetH2O is stop making excuses...(lawyers will find this and lawyers will find that & other people did it too)OWN UP TO YOUR MISTAKE and make it right!

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9-ton truck pulls down 1890s span April 13, 2011 at 12:18 p.m.

LR1955 you work for SweetH2O the company that is responsible for this incident don't you?

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