A haul truck has collided with a grader on an active waste dump at a West Australian mine. According to the WA DMP report, the incident occurred when a grader was grading near the entrance of the waste dump, into oncoming traffic. “As a haul truck drove up the pit ramp and turned off onto … Continue reading Haul truck collides with grader
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