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Update: Have Parks & Wildlife contacted locals over Ben Lomond incident?

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Last week, Brian Carlton spoke about a shocking incident that occurred on Ben Lomond.

Ali Foot, a resident of Ben Lomond, described to Brian that a young disabled man had to be pushed to his accommodation on a goods trolley because Parks and Wildlife had closed a boom gate.

This gate is often shut when there is snow, but no snow had fallen at the time of the incident.

After Tasmania Talks spoke with Parks and Wildlife about the incident, they promised to contact the family involved and other residents of Ben Lomond to resolve the issue.

Listen as Brian Carlton checks in with Ali to see if he has been contacted by Parks and Wildlife.

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