Friday, January 25, 2008

IS CHARLES LEBLANC A NUT OR JUST DEDICATED TO THE CAUSE????


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It was 9:00am and I was just beginning to enjoy my morning coffee.

I heard a few emergency vehicles racing pass my place.

A couple of minutes later, I heard on 92.3. FredFm that there was a major accident on the Westmorland Bridge.



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I still got a bad cold and it’s cold out there.

The more I was thinking about the accident? The more it drove me nuts because there could be cars hanging from the Bridge?

Could it be that bad?? But I got a bad cold????

Then I said- F@CK IT!!!!

I put my clothes on and out the door I went.

I was walking towards the scene still coughing.

My God! It was cold!!!!

With my luck, the accident was across the bridge!!!

So? Am I a nut or just dedicated to the cause??? I wish I was paid for this hobby!!!!

I’m proud to say that nobody got seriously hurt!!!




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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

there are no pictures of any tow trucks

Anonymous said...

Charles was there before the tow truck thats why theres no pictures of tow truck.

-- maurice the homeless guy --

Anonymous said...

Clean up crew appreciates this i bet.Probably thought you from Irving.
Webcam Charlie

Charles LeBlanc said...

Tow trucks were stuck in traffic....

Anonymous said...

maybe Charles could find out the MYSTERIOUS loss of water in the Great Lakes.And does this mean more Irving work?

Soo Locks close until March 25
January 17, 2008

ASSOCIATED PRESS


SAULT STE. MARIE — The Soo Locks have closed for the season.

The 1,004-foot freighter Edwin H. Gott cleared the upbound locks at 8:40 p.m. Tuesday and the 698-foot Michipicoten cleared the downbound locks at 10:59 p.m. The locks connect lakes Superior and Huron and will reopen March 25.





Total cargo carrier tonnage amounts were down compared to last year. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which operates and maintains the locks, said tonnage was down largely because of lower water levels.



Ion ore is the cargo carried through the locks most frequently.



The Army Corps says nearly 400,000 people visited the locks in 2007.

Anonymous said...

Are those your girlfriends in the FRED-FM T-shirts, Charles?

Charles LeBlanc said...

If these were my girlfriends?

The Irvings, the Government, bureaucrats and Dan Bussieres would be very happy.

Because I would be too busy to blog!!!!

:P