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At Bonney Lake Used Cars, we have been in the business of selling cars since 1989.Everyone at Bonney Lake Used Cars is ready to make the car shopping and the car buying experience fast, friendly, and easy. We've helped hundreds of customers get behind the wheel of a newer, reliable, quality used vehicle and we can help you too.Located in Puyallup, WA, we offer a convenient location to serve the region with like-new, well-maintained vehicles for all types of shoppers and budgets. We have an amazing inventory of cars, SUVs, and pickups for you to choose from and can help you find a great vehicle for you and your family. Let us help find you the perfect first car for the new driver in the family or a luxurious touring vehicle for your retirement. No matter what you're shopping for, we will help you find it.And our team of seasoned automotive sales professionals are here to help you along the way. Let us tell you about the features and options available, provide a vehicle history report for your peace of mind, and show you our great, flexible financing options to make your new vehicle budget friendly.Stop in and speak with one of our dedicated sales professionals today and find out how close your next vehicle is.

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At CARFAX, we collect events from the lives of millions of used cars from 20 European countries, as well as the USA and Canada. We can then create a vehicle history for every car in our database and make it available to you.The information helps you to check sales data, avoid expensive follow-up costs and negotiate a fair purchase price.

Renters using a debit card may rent the following vehicle classes: Economy through Full Size cars, Cargo and Minivans, Pickup Trucks, and Compact, Small and Standard SUVs with seating up to 5 passengers.

The Japanese land and are in possession of Wong Nui Chong2 Gap, Inft Bde HQ, the last stand situation, built to withstand a siege. Taken by a handful of Japs who came over Mt Parker and attacked it at the back door with m/c guns mortars and grenades. Capt Barklay3 MO was killed here Pacey & Quinnell escaped. All small cumtis were taken away from their regular work, banded together under a common commander Col Fredrick R.A.S.C. and taken or rather straggled to Bennetts Hill just beyond Aberdeen. We left Shouson Hill about 10.30am with officers Capt Bonney Lieut Wilson Lieut Wallington and all the Shouson Hill staff except QMS Nichol who was away on a special job; finally landing up in charge of the R.A.S.C. at university. No one knew what it was all about and thought that we would come back to the w/shop again so nothing was destroyed at all. Arriving at Bennetts Hill we dragged Ammunition, Rifles, Bren Guns, Food to the top and spread out in some sort of a line to check the foe when he showed up. It started to rain and as most of us only had K.D. pullovers etc. it didn't look too happy. Capt Hanlan was there and Col Smith showed up for a short time. After about one hours wait orders came to proceed to the Ridge; so down we carried all the gear, piled it into cars, lorries etc. Hell of a job to prevent people saying oh ???? the ammo and just leaving it. By the time we set of it was pitch dark. Col Fredrick, Lieut Willson, Wallington and SM Read lead the way. I came next in a truck with Whiteman & Thomas. Then Capt Bonney in his car Meeking driving. Later Bonney felt ill and decided to walk. My van somehow punctured both front tyres. The pace was very slow due to Blackout and Road Blocks. I transferred to Bonney's car with Meeking, and we at last got to the Ridge and waited for rest of column. When they came orders were given to march on Wong Nui Chong and Route (sic) out the few remaining Japanese who were supposed to be making a last stand. But Capt Bonney still felt ill & insisted on Harvey and myself going with him up to the Ridge House, to see if he could get some food & rest. Nothing loathe we did this and Corp Stow gave us some sausage sandwiches and sweet tea, was it good. We then all three went upstairs and layed down. Lieut Markey was the only officer we saw up till then. I slept in Col MacPherson's bed, fully clothed with Harvey and a loaded 3.8 under the pillow.

A total of 38 train cars derailed in East Palestine, near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border. They included "11 tank cars carrying hazardous materials that subsequently ignited, fueling fires" that damaged a dozen cars that didn't derail, the NTSB said in a preliminary report Thursday.

Those five cars "continued to concern authorities because the temperature inside one tank car was still rising," indicating a polymerization reaction which could result in an explosion, the report said. To help prevent a deadly explosion of vinyl chloride, crews released the toxic chemical into a trench and burned it off three days after the derailment. 041b061a72


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