Backlog builds up

Photo: Stephen Jaquiery
Photo: Stephen Jaquiery
Dozens of logging trucks were double-parked in Dunedin’s Sturdee St after an electrical break of measuring equipment at product handling company C3 yesterday morning. The trucks normally go to C3 to get their logs measured before unloading at Port Otago. A police spokesman said they were there assisting with traffic management. 

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