Three of the four city garbage trucks are broken, causing delays in waste collection. “Some of it is hydraulic and it’s mostly wear and tear on the body and arms themselves from pick ups over the last little while,” said Jesse Watamanuk, public works supervisor for sanitation and wastewater. Watamanuk said the fleet was purchased in 2008 and each truck has seen a million and a half pick-ups each. He said one of the arms went into the shop this morning unable to move. “The arm was stuck up in the air holding a can. What failed in that, they don’t know yet, they’re investigating some of that, they’re going through it, but something failed on that truck.” Crews were half-way through a route when another truck broke down “It’s just going to end up pushing collection a day. We’re going to be a day behind because today we couldn’t finish,” said Watamanuk. Crews worked overtime trying to get the other trucks back on the road. Residents on Prince Crescent, Princess Crescent, Regal Crescent, Mayberry Crescent, Pascoe Drive and Rutherford St. will have their waste collected on Tuesday.