street sweeper

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Synonyms for street sweeper

a worker employed to clean streets (especially one employed by a municipal sanitation department)

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The road sweeper toppled over and started smoking, above; the footage shows children walking away from the vehicle
the sweeper onto Ridley proceeded to very short to a Tesco and bought of alcohol Connell Defending, Neil Connell said Carruthers spotted the road sweeper was leaking oil after he had collided with the Jehovah's Witness stand.
The quarry, which has internal wheelwashing facilities, sends out vacuum road sweepers to clean the road surface.
Cannon Park residents are not very happy with their roads, especially near Newport School, which are disgraceful due to the lack of a road sweeper and these people are paying community tax.
The organisation's chief executive Seyi Obakin slept next to the prince on their makeshift bed and said the "hairiest moment" came when they were almost run over by a road sweeper.
On the last Thursday of every month at 7.20am, a mechanised road sweeper drives down the centre of Cecily Road, Cheylesmore, does a U-turn at the junction of Woodstock Road and comes back up - cleaning time less than two minutes.
The last time we had a half-hearted visit from the road sweeper was April 16.
ROAD sweeper Rudolph Mendoza has hit the big time as a sculptor after being spotted by a leading gallery owner.
A ROAD sweeper has cleaned up after juggling his job with going to university.
THIS is the dramatic moment a road sweeper burst into flames on a residential street.
A MOTORCYCLIST suffered serious injuries after his bike collided with a road sweeper in Sparkhill.
Mr Smith, 69, a retired road sweeper, has been described family and friends as one real 'free thinkers.' .
Retired road sweeper Alan Brown was killed in the incident involving a green Volvo last October.
After numerous phone calls to the cleansing dept a road sweeper might turn up for a quick visit then disappear off the face of the earth.
A 50-year-old man who was driving the road sweeper was arrested and questioned before being released on police bail.