mechanical shovel


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HAZARD: A worker directs a mechanical shovel grabbing pieces of destroyed surfacing to gather up lead particles in Saint Benoit playground
A mechanical shovel removes debris from a street after the passing of Hurricane Irma in Havana, Cuba.
The Hezbollah attacks also destroyed 5 armored vehicles, a mechanical shovel and a number of motorcycles of the terrorist group.
Then on Thursday, in a part of the city dense with cheap hotels and shops, rescuers turned off a mechanical shovel and -- in the relative silence -- heard a cry.
I'm like a mechanical shovel. When I was pregnant this time around, I ate nothing but icing.
THE death of a dad-of-two who was run over by a mechanical shovel at a Teesside recycling plant was an accident, an inquest ruled.
MY late uncle Bryn Blacker was working to clear deep snow from the track leading to a local hill farm with his mechanical shovel.
In Luoshui town north of the provincial capital Chengdu, troops used a mechanical shovel to dig a pit on a hilltop to bury the dead.
In Luoshui town, on the road to an industrial zone in Shifang city where two chemical plants collapsed burying hundreds of people, troops used a mechanical shovel to dig a pit on a hilltop to bury the dead.
They include a Suffolk forklift truck driver crushed when his vehicle overturned, a member of the public hit by a bin wagon in Surrey, a waste picker run over by a mechanical shovel at a Hampshire recycling centre and a member of the public run over by a reversing bin lorry in Wigton, Cumbria.

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