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Posted: 07/02/2008 00:51:25
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IP: 195.8.188.42 Edited: 07/02/2008 07:52:39 by (moderator)
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Location: Somewhere between Carnforth/Carn-Ffyrdd, and Milnthorpe.

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Posted: 07/02/2008 16:47:20
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Jesus, thats one hell of an incident!
well found, cheers



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Posted: 07/02/2008 17:13:44
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Great to watch just goes to show you should always measure twice and drill once

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Posted: 07/02/2008 17:31:13
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I found another clip, not to do with mining, but on the same kind of issue. It was to do with lake draining and billions of gallons of water escaping, look very frightening, but I now cannot find the clip.....gutted!!! IP: 212.139.115.223
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