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A 320-ton dump body, painted pink to promote awareness of breast cancer and weighing just under 60,000 pounds, is hoisted off the ground on Monday before being placed onto a semi-trailer. Developed and manufactured by Ground Force Worldwide in Post Falls, the dump body was designed by Eric Robbs, whose mother Kathy Kadow is ten months breast cancer-free. The dump body will be delievered to a copper mine in Salt Lake City, where it will be fitted onto a Komatsu 930E.
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