Truck Driver Plows Over A 2,000-Year-Old World Heritage Site To 'Avoid Tolls'

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  1. Atupa

    Atupa New Member

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    ????? Swift ????

    Maybe not but FYI this is never a good idea!
    Be safe out there and stay off the 2,000 year old geoglyphs.

    I am not allowed to post links yet - you will need to cut and past it.

    forbes.com/sites/trevornace/2018/02/01/truck-driver-plows-over-a-2000-year-old-world-heritage-site-to-avoid-tolls/#6026662e25f8
     
  2. mud

    mud Wonderin'

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  3. 20_yrs_2_go

    20_yrs_2_go Well-Known Member

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    Note to myself;


    Next time I'm driving in Peru I will be sure to stay on the road
     
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  4. Cerberus_Kelpie

    Cerberus_Kelpie Temporary Resident Of Terra Firma.

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    Swift-Knight is not known to be in South America, but give them a little more time.
    Wondering how the adventurous driver thought that being on a VAST EMPTY FLAT LAND he would not be noticed going off road for "mechanical difficulty"?

    In North America we have some "drivers" that have taken and will take out Historical Structures, Bridges and Monuments, so why not in other parts of Our World?
     

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