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Sooooo … would this be covered under house insurance, car insurance or does this fall within the realm of roadside assistance?


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    Puulaahi

    Ummmm…

    natedog

    i think this is more along the lines of suing the shit out of everyone

    RSIxidor

    This falls under LEAVE IT THE FUCK RIGHT THERE THAT’S WHERE THE HOUSE IS SUPPOSED TO STAY

    toof

    wait til spring and float it out

    Queensly

    Leave it there and fish out of the crapper window. You WIN!

    Identify

    Is this Tiki’s new house???

    j_bryon

    This would fall under the insurance of the company contracted to move the house.
    Or
    This might fall under the insurance of the COUNTY that this took place in. Why? Because since this is an OVERSIZED LOAD the company moving the house had to have permits to drive on this road and would have been granted permission to take this route. And since the county granted the company permission to use this road, and this bridge, they are going to be liable to cover the damages caused by the FAILED BRIDGE.

    tiki god

    sorry you felt that way

    Brushaway

    they gonna need 2 big bulldozers and alot of people to crowd the front part of the house.

    Tyger42

    This would fall under “moron drivers who try to take shortcuts and don’t pay attention to posted weight limits on bridges”…

    nyoki

    wut happen?

    tiki god

    the story I heard was that they originally had Route #1 approved by the county and everything was fine, but then there was flooding/wolves and they had to change to Route #2 which was approved, but by a temp worker at the county office that didn’t know shit about bridge weight limits.

    grammarrobot

    I say you’re all looking at this the wrong way. Did they lose a roadway, house, and trailer, or did they gain a quaint and timeless covered bridge?

    HoChunk

    ^Damn Skippy. Put a booth window next to the jacuzzi and start charging tolls.

    sgt.zeno

    Shouldn’t have much problems with plumbing where the house sits now.

    okcomputer

    It falls under FAIL.

    Sir-Rat

    www.snopes.com/photos/accident/housebridge.asp

    This says the bureaucrats changed the route and didn’t make a much of an effort to notify the moving company. The thing I’m curious about and can’t find is were they able the save the house and did they remember their 7 Ps afterwards