i saw that. i really hope some of the models are OK.
some of the boxes looked in good shape. but i cant tell in the vid if they got wet or not.
at least that container didnt have the new 1/5 gassers!!!
Driver was fine and nobody else was hurt and that is all that matters.
We did have a bunch of parts and much needed out of stock vehicles on this shipment so when you think about the number of containers that leave the port on a daily basis and it ends up being ours, it kind of makes you aware that playing the lottery this week is probably just a waste of money.
dang-it that looked bad, the most important thing is that no life was lost.
Maybe most of the cargo is still in good shape and could possibly just be reboxed, it wouldnt bother me one bit to get something that had been reboxed as long as it had been inspected prior to boxing it back up and of coarse still had the same warranty.
Hopefully the losses here are minimal.!
Sorry...! for any loss Redcat Racing I'm sure all of our best wishes and our Prayers are with you all on this issue, and thank you so much for a great product and the outstanding customer service you offer us out here in Redcat Land...
Back before i lost my leg and most of the use of my hands i drove a overseas container truck for a local trucking company.Those containers are all vented and have 5/8 walls and fire proof paint.I would bet only the first 15 feet of the box starting at the front are damaged.I have seen many fire wrecks involving container in my 17yrs of trucking,and alot of the time you would be suprised on what is salvaged form them.