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GPS-guided wreckers flatten wrong house

June 16th, 2009 No comments

GPS-guided wreckers flatten wrong house

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Posted in Bootnotes, 15th June 2009 12:35 GMT

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A Georgia man is none too happy that his memory-filled family home, lovingly hand built “brick by brick” by Pop, is now a scene of rubble-strewn desolation after a demolition firm used a GPS to identify its victim and moved in for the kill.

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