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February 20, 2013

Could have been a car crusher

Crews with South Side Salvage Inc. of Salisbury, Pa., work to remove this Raptor Cone Crusher, a 52,000-pound device used to grind large stones in aggregate and mining industries, that dislodged from a flatbed tractor-trailer owned by Daily Express Inc. of Carlisle, Pa., on Interstate 68 eastbound in Cumberland on Wednesday morning. Both lanes were closed for about an hour after debris from the truck damaged part of the highway’s median wall.

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