POST FALLS, Idaho - Local kids got to try some demolition this weekend at "Dozer Days" in Post Falls.
Organizers say it's like going to a fair, but the rides are heavy construction equipment.
Kids got to hop in the driver's seat of dozers, excavators, and other machinery with the help of a professional operator.
Dozer Days also serves as a fundraiser for local children's charities, and this year was a success!
Organizers estimated about 4,000 people attended on Saturday. On Sunday, there were long lines as well.
If you missed it, don't worry. Dozer Days will be back again next year.
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