Used Twin Cities playgrounds shipped overseas

Across the metro, suburban playgrounds are being taken down for reassembly overseas in areas that are in need a safe place for kids. Tunnel slides and climbing towers are making their way to such unlikely places as Kyrgyzstan, Ghana and Haiti, the Star Tribune reports.
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Across the metro, suburban playgrounds are being taken down for reassembly overseas in areas that are in need a safe place for kids. Tunnel slides and climbing towers are making their way to such unlikely places as Kyrgyzstan, Ghana and Haiti, the Star Tribune reports.

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