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russian pipeline fail

Discussion in 'Other Earthmoving Equipment' started by sandy, May 24, 2011.

  1. sandy

    sandy Well-Known Member

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    [video]http://youtu.be/57XEXnAp2JI[/video]
    found this enjoy
    sandy
     
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    Ouch. Those pipelayers all looks brand new too.
     
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    never been around tht type of pipeline work or those pieces of equipment. How does that happen? were they all connected to a part of the line?
     
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    usually when one goes, they all go... too much weight... some one too far away... a cable breaks... too much vodka :)
     
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    haha 10-4
     
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    i wonder where the run away ended up.
     
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    Hey sandy this link is going on not found!!!
     
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    haha labourer pulled to hard on the tag line
     
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    In Russia, tractor operate you! :D
     
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    to much vodka in the operator fuel tank.