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Disappointing damage at driver reviver site

Article Category  Dimboola Courier > Current News
Date Published  Monday, June 19 2017
Author  Dimboola Courier

Disappointing damage at driver reviver site
A volunteer operated driver reviver site at the Lochiel Wayside Stop has suffered some disappointing damage, with the veranda structure over a seating area at the site left in disrepair.

The structure has been detached from its base in an incident involving a vehicle, with parts of the veranda bent out of shape and all eight poles left leaning.

A downpipe, which was attached to the adjoining brick building, has moved almost half a metre from its original position.



Volunteers from the Dimboola Lions Club who were at the site inspecting the damage on Monday morning were incredibly disappointed at the senseless act of destruction.

Jan John said that it is incredibly disappointing, particularly given that the site is set to be bustling with travellers over the upcoming school holidays, which are only a fortnight away.

Anyone with any information relating to this incident is urged to contact Dimboola Police.





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