HM105

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maligator
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HM105

Post by maligator »

Anyone know why HM105 has been running 129’s old HM rig? It looks like the new trailer has been sitting behind the station for a while. Don’t know if the the tractor has been sitting there with it too.
Monrovia1
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Re: HM105

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From what I heard the department has a shortage of enough qualified drivers to operate the current Haz Mat rigs.
cfox504
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Re: HM105

Post by cfox504 »

You'd think with all the drivers qualified to drive the numerous tiller trucks throughout the county that there would be a significant pool of drivers available for the haz mat rigs....just sayin
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