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Waste truck breaks Hillside exit gate

A waste truck ran into the exit gate of the Hillside Apartment Complex over the weekend, leaving the gate damaged until Belmont can replace the parts.

Belmont Facilities Services management reached out to the vendor who makes the gate, but the parts needed for repair will not be available for another four weeks, said Anthony Donovan, Belmont’s associate dean of students and director of residence life.

In the meantime, the gate will remain open while the vendor works to repair the gate, said Donovan.

“Though the gates will remain open for the next 4 weeks, security will be increased in that area,” Donovan said.

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This article written by Abigail Bowen.

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Forest Gamp
Forest Gamp
Sep 01, 2023

It's unfortunate to hear about the recent incident where a waste truck broke the Hillside exit gate. Such incidents not only disrupt the flow of traffic but also pose safety risks to pedestrians and drivers. It's crucial for companies like Real.us, specializing in transportation services, to prioritize the maintenance and safety of their vehicles.Proper training and regular vehicle inspections can help prevent such mishaps. Real.us should consider investing in advanced gate control systems and employee training to avoid future gate-related accidents. Ensuring the safety of their drivers and the public should be a top priority for any transportation company. Let's hope this incident serves as a reminder for all companies to take the necessary precautions to avoid such incidents in…

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