Re: [NorCalFire] Hwy 70&149 incident
- On 7/31/07, Pamela Alley <rnrq@...> wrote:
> When they said on the news video that they (CHP andOff-topic but along the same lines, there was an OIS in Ridgecrest
> CDF) had actually practiced for this specific situation, I was floored.
> Talk about contingency planning!! GOOD WORK, GUYS!!
yesterday that also was preceded just last weekend by a simulation of
a similar (to it) active-shooter incident:
Practice pays off.
- --- In email@example.com, "Pamela Alley" <rnrq@...> wrote:
> Isn't falsework all welded together, or is it just Tinkertoys on a
> scale?This is an interesting comment that I received from a friend of mine
that does a lot of Fly-over work like this. The "he" that is referred
to is the contractor: "Guys: This is a falsework design utilizing
pipe colums and cable x bracing. Although cheaper than conventional
beam and angle bracing, there is no serious redundancy, hence when a
cable is loosened or slips, bad shit happens fast. He refuses to use
- Apparently it is. According to Caltrans at dot.ca.gov, as of
Wednesday August 1, 2007 at 17:38, "no traffic restrictions are
reported for this route" (SR 149).
SR 70 has only its pre-existing construction delays 5 miles north of
Marysville and north of the Butte/Plumas County line and at other
locations forther northeast.
On 8/1/07, cmsq62 <cquigley@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know if 149 is opened yet?
> Acronyms and More!