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In March 2007, just before the temple opened, a man stole a front-end loader tractor from a nearby heavy-equipment yard and repeatedly smashed it into the gurdwara.
Shore towns positioned bulldozers, front-end loaders and other heavy equipment to deal with beach erosion from a system that could dump up to 18 inches of snow elsewhere.
Efforts to remove a homeless camp in the heart of downtown outside the Main Library also gave the city a black eye, when city crews rolled in on front-end loaders and tossed peoples’ belongings into a dumpster.
Rescuers rode in the buckets of front-end loaders to reach people in nearby Quincy, Mass., where city streets were turned into temporary rivers.
The backlog affects goods and equipment from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, such as food and bottled water, bucket trucks, front-end loaders and 275,000 gallons of diesel and 75,000 gallons of gasoline.
Down the street, repair crews were operating front-end loaders and cranes to right a utility pole that had been leaning dangerously after being walloped by a large tree.
At sunrise in Pensacola Beach, Fla., a small front-end loader was scraping sand off a parking lot and returning it to the nearby beach.
In several places, the storm pushed several feet of sand across U.S. Route 1, but workers with front-end loaders had already cleared that by Tuesday morning.
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Definition of front-end loader for English Language Learners
: a vehicle with a large scoop in front that is used for digging and loading loose material
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