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Tipper truck hits power line

A TIPPER truck has hit overhead power lines while exiting a sand mine in New South Wales after the driver inexplicitly drove off while the truck body was raised.

 The tipper truck in question

The tipper truck in question

According to the NSW Resources Regulator, the driver of the tipper truck claims he lowered the body before taking off, but the body raised again on its own accord. The driver was uninjured and did not...

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