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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-20-2018, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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Cool Oopsie...

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Hooolyyy sh*t; somebody has to clean up that mess before the boss finds out.
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classic Ikea.
Cheap furniture, cheap racking.

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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looked more like a dry goods warehouse than an Ikea warehouse. Lots of short, square boxes than long flat ones. And a pallet of bottles on one side.

Still, this is not an uncommon occurrence, just search the web. Trying to fit too much stuff in too small of a space, and the forklift operator trying to fit around the items blocking the aisle instead of moving them first

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It was the cascade afterward that is concerning. I can see the one the forklift rubbed failing but the rest shouln't have.
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it was the cascade afterward that is concerning. I can see the one the forklift rubbed failing but the rest shouln't have.
exactly...
And what's worse there are people under that mess

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I wonder if someone was killed?

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I wonder if someone was killed?
you'd think so...
MDF is some pretty heavy stuff...
they at least got their week ruined...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
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I wonder if someone was killed?
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As someone pointed out, there were probably parts left over after assembly...
Good deals on pallet wood!
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you'd think so...
MDF is some pretty heavy stuff...
they at least got their week ruined...
If he managed to stay in the machine he should be okay. The roll cages can withstand that and then some. If he didn't then at the least he was a while recovering before he went back to work.

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