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The Dharma VanThe Dharma Initiative used a fleet of VW buses as their transportation around the island. Roger Linus was killed by Ben inside a van during the Purge, at the Mesa, all during Ben's birthday.

It was later discovered by Hurley, after Vincent found a skeletal arm holding a key, belong to Roger the Workman. Hurley followed Vincent through the jungle to find the decomposing van. Inside the van was Roger's corpse, Dharma Beer, a road map, and vines growing in and around it.

Hurley tried to get it starting, but got no success. This prompted Jin and Sawyer to think that it was beyond repair. Hurley thought that if they push it down the hill, he would be able to start it. Charlie joined Hurley inside, but was worried that he could die, because Desmond told him he would die. Hurley miraculously popped the clutch, and started the engine, and swerves, just narrowly missing the rocks. The song "Shambala" was playing, the very song Ben had playing before he killed Roger.

Hurley Runs Over RyanLater, Hurley tried to help out save Sayid, Jin, and Bernard at the camp, but was denied. Sawyer and Juliet managed to reach the camp, but then they heard a noise. It was Hurley, inside a van. He ran over Ryan Pryce, killing him, allowing Sawyer and Juliet to arm themselves, and they survivors managed to kill the rest of the Others.

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