Photos from the site appear to indicate that the truck involved was an Aspen A-75 model, and according to news reports, RITBA said the truck was about two years old. The A-75 is the largest model of snooper truck available from Aspen Aerials, with a horizontal under-bridge reach of 75 feet and a vertical reach down of 72 feet.
Photos indicate that N.E. Bridge also supplied the snooper truck that facilitated the rescue of the workers. As of Tuesday afternoon, authorities had not released information about the contractor performing the inspection work.
Signing up for your camperstop is very easy. Of course, we would like to receive (& publish) as much information about the motorhome stopover as possible. That is why we would like to receive a registration form as fully completed as possible and some duty-free photos that give a good impression of the camperstop. In order to stand out with the motorhomer, sending in photos is of great importance. Experience shows that camperstops with impression photos are clicked on 80% more often than stopovers without impression photo. After sending us the completed registration form, it will be reviewed and published as soon as possible. If there are still any ambiguities, you will be contacted in advance.
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Hello, we start this tutorial, with the root window of "The Wheat Snooper".You can see several textlines, groupboxes and comboboxes.The nickname box displays your nickname at WormNET, change this name to everything you want. It has a regular expression installed, so you cannot enter unsupported letters.The password box can be used for secure registration (currently not needed).The next are flags and ranks, the clan tag and the info string, which natively is "The Wheat Snooper", so it shows which snooper program are you running.These settings let you also to hide your version from others, so you can appear exactly as a Prosnooper2 user or the WA user.After setting all up, click on "Apply" and the snooper will then connect to WormNET; if you ever come back to this setting tab, you will be automatically disconnected.
If you rightclick a game, you can choose a program to join that game, for example, WormKit.exe or WA.exe etc.If you choose a program, the snooper will remember your decision and if you choose a second program, it will show both, but the last program you have chosen to join a game will be on top of the programs list there. So if you double click a game the snooper will join that game with the toplisted program in this list.
All these texttypes can be set with a rightclick at them.A gamelink will appear as GAMELINK, with a rightclick you can open a game information window, it shows you the whole gamelink. Also a rightclick to a gamelink lets you to join this game directly. If you host a game, the snooper will write this gamelink to the channelwindow, so people will be able then to join your game over this link, and they shouldn't wait until the game appears in the hostscreen. A http link can be leftclicked and the snooper will then open your browser and show the website, note that web links must start with "www.", "http://", "https://" or ftp:// and they cannot include whitespaces.
Here you can see the list of users, it provides important features to make your life easier at WormNET. It shows the channels on WormNET and some additional "channels". Buddylist, Querys and Ignorelist aren't the channels, they can be seen as (user) containers with special purposes. At the picture I rightclicked an user, I can now add him user to the buddylist or ignorelist. If I add one to the ignorelist, he will appear there (even if offline). The buddylist will only show this user if he is online, and the snooper will play a sound when a buddy connects or disconnects. Also he shouldn't join a channel to appear in your list, the snooper will show him even if he is at lobby channel. A lobby channel (marked with "*") is a nochannel space where the users are dumped due to not having channel. To skip the lobby channel, you should turn on "autojoin" feature (see the root window).With a doubleclick at user you can start a chat with him. Users from your buddylist will open a chatwindow when they send you a private message. Users from ignorelist cannot send you private messages. Users that aren't at any list can send you private messages but the message will then appear at the channelchat windows, also the snooper will save the query if you skipped the message. At the Settings, you can also set that the ignored users won't appear at the channelchat at all. But you still can open a private chat with them and talk. A doubleclick on a channelname will open this channel if it isn't already opened. The buddies appear with a green point near their names, and their hosts will appear with a green lamp instead of a white one. Querys from users that are gone will appear with a gray point and ignorelist member with a transparent point. You can sort by flag, rank, nick, clan and info with a click on the header buttons in the list. You can also drag and drop the buttons from the list to change the direction. The default direction is flag-rank-nick-clan-client. So youcan change it for example to: nick-rank-flag-clan-client, etc. If you rightclick a clanname you can choose that this clanname should be hidden, that makes it possible to disable strings that dont seem to be a clanname. If you leftclick a clanname, you will be landed to the clan's main page. Also move the cursor to see a short explaination about the clan.
The snooper lets you to set CTCP commands that others can send you to receive an automatic message. This automatic message is also settable. For example, you setup the CTCP command 'default' and the message 'this is my default message'. Another user can now send you the CTCP command "default" (with >!default) and he will receive 'this is my default message' from you. This is a poor example, but imagine that you can also respond with messages that include download locations, pictures, website addresses, and everything else that fits into a message. Ok, lets go on with the message prefixes. Assuming that if you wanted to send a notice to a user, you would send it inside a chat window. If you send it into a channel, it will be a notice that arrives to the channel. Normally, IRC clients send notices like this:/notice user msgThis notice can of course be sent in every chatline. To overcome this difference you can use the raw server command prefix. It will then be the same message:/notice user msg, also: /privmsg user msgIt can be sent in every chatline. This trick with the raw server command prefix doesn't work for actions and CTCP commands, because these messages need to be bounded with ASCII 1 signs and you cannot type them manually into the chat.
What are the most popularly used top-level domains (TLDs), or at least, which are the ones that show up on pages indexed in Google? I wondered this yesterday after seeing a news article stating that the registration of .cn (china) top-level domain names topped 1 million for the first time ever by the end of 2005. more 350c69d7ab