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Old 11-08-2012, 11:16 AM   #1
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A few kilometre west of Merritt on Hiway 5, some one lost a metal 2x3 panel. It was laying on the left side of the right lane i was in. There wasn't much of a shoulder for me to swerve on to and I ran over it with the left duellies. Heard it bang as it hit my RV. I looked in my mirror and saw fluid pouring out Great I thought it hit my gas tank or grey tank. I quickly found a safe pace to pull over and looked at the damage. It hit the discharge pipe of the grey tank knocking it off and breaking the handles of the valves and cracking the sewer cap.
I was able to push the pipe back into the grey tank and close the valves but they and the cap will have to be replaced.

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Could have been a tire.. or two.. Glad you're ok and its an easy fix.
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Old 11-08-2012, 11:29 AM   #3
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Thank you. I did do a careful inspection of the tires for any cuts but found none. Now I have something to do when I get home
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