something this massive belongs anywhere near here?
the tractor's wheels in the air? That guy could have been
the right, you can see the driver trying to explain it
boss (in the hat) who had just arrived from San Antonio.
the way the crane operator (who was not driving) explained
it to me: Seems they passed the turnaround and
started down that hairpin curve when they realized they
might not actually be able to make it. So the driver
stopped, the crane operator got out and went around back
to help guide while the driver backed the rig back up the
hill. He no sooner put it in reverse than the rear wheeld
went over into the ditch and KABOOM, the crane dumped over.
They are bringing in a 200,000 lb. crane to right the 128,000
lb. smaller one. Whew!