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Codroy Valley man gets a fright as the pavement gives way under his truck due to high waters, chair of the local service district at St. Andrews describes the water damage, and the NL government will once again look to privatize Marble Mountain
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(Starts at 0:51 mark) A Doyles man driving out in a wind and rain storm got the fright of his life Tuesday night. Ryan Moore was on his way back home when the road collapsed under his vehicle.(4:50) The TCH washed out in two sections near Doyles, and there were road closures on the Doyles Station Road and the highway through St. Andrew's. Wilfred MacIsaac is the chair of the local service district in St. Andrew's, and (11:03) The provincial government will once again look to privatize Marble Mountain. The last effort ended with no deals for the struggling ski resort. Steve Crocker is the minister responsible of tourism, culture, arts and recreation.