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Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.
Nice looks like you guys did a great job. If I remember correctly there is a copper pin on the drivers side of the tank. This pin is an emergency pin that will shut down the valves. Did this truck have a pin ? I am trying to gather information regarding the pin working and not working. Great Job! Todd McKee
Hope it feels great to be out in front and leading without fear...