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Coke truck driver arraigned in fatal bucket truck collision that killed Fall River signal operator – Fall River, MA – The Herald News January 10, 2013

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After the incident on June 19, the vehicles are left in place as the investigation begins. The Bristol County District Attorney’s Office said it plans to charge the Coca-Cola truck driver, James Murray, with motor vehicle homicide.

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Coke truck driver arraigned in fatal bucket truck collision that killed Fall River signal operator – Fall River, MA – The Herald News.

Afghan electrical engineers, linemen receive training, new equipment | Article | The United States Army December 18, 2012

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KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan (Dec. 16, 2012) — Afghan engineers and linemen in Helmand province just got a major helping hand thanks to a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers program that taught Da Afghaninstan Breshna Sherkat (Afghanistan’s electric utility company) employees how to safely operate the new electric utility trucks donated to them by the United States in early December.

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Afghan electrical engineers, linemen receive training, new equipment | Article | The United States Army.

Three utility linemen from Macon County will be competing in a rodeo next week October 3, 2012

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Linemen Tony Rice and Josh Young practice their skills.

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Franklin, North Carolina. The Franklin Press Online. The local newspaper of Macon County, North Carolina..

A lineman works to restore power to a neighborhood of Falls Church, Virginia, July 3, 2012

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A lineman works to restore power to a neighborhood of Falls Church, Virginia, as the sun sets, July 2, 2012. Over a million people in the Washington metro area lost power after a violent storm tore across the region last Friday. Hundreds of thousands are still without power.

A lineman works to restore power to a neighborhood of Falls Church, Virginia, as the sun sets, July 2, 2012.

Over a million people in the Washington metro area lost power after a violent storm tore across the region last Friday. Hundreds of thousands are still without power.

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Canadian Electricity Lineman Yvon Blin Saves Seagull from Power Cables | Leo Sigh| Updated January 23, 2012

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Canadian Electricity Lineman Yvon Blin Saves Seagull from Power Cables | Leo Sigh.

 

Nova Scotia Lineman rescues Seagull Trapped in Powerlines January 17, 2012

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A seagull with its head stuck in power lines is rescued by a Nova Scotia Power lineman and released in good shape on Topsail Boulevard in Dartmouth on Tuesday. (Photos by PATRICK HELLIWELL)

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Largest ash tree in Kansas sees its last day… October 17, 2011

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Bucket Trucks assist in removing Ash Tree

 

At 8 a.m. Monday, city workers and Brown’s Tree Service began cutting down an ash tree in Oakland that was reportedly the largest in Kansas.

Dennis Supple, who lives across the street from the tree’s location in the 400 block of N.E. Kellam, said he once measured the tree at 18 feet in circumference. He didn’t know how old the tree was, but as with anything like that, he said, “it’s kind of sad to see it go.”

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Largest ash tree in Kan. sees its last day | CJOnline.com.

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