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For Public Works week the City of Fort Wayne brought their big trucks to Lindley Elementary School.

2-person car? Not in their book

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Lindley Elementary School first-graders Christopher Paul, left, Uronne Washington, Kailah Arrington, and Abigail Horner check out a two-person electric Think car that was part of the city of Fort Wayne's fleet of Public Works and City Utility vehicles that visited the school on Tuesday. Most of the vehicles were large working trucks.