Thursday, March 24, 2016

I-95: the Spring Break highway

Literally:
MELBOURNE, Fla. - A crash involving two tractor-trailers hauling beer and chips overturned on Interstate 95 in Brevard County, spilling the snacks all over the roadway and blocking lanes for hours on Wednesday morning.
The crash was reported at milemarker 187 in Pineda Causeway just after 3:30 a.m.
Florida Highway Patrol said the tractor-trailer carrying Busch beer was driving southbound on I-95 when the driver attempted to move into center lane and swerved to avoid another vehicle.
Chips, Beer truck crash 2
The front of the Busch beer truck then struck the Frito-Lay truck, prompting the Frito-Lay truck to overturn and spill beer and chips onto the roadway, according to FHP.
No mention as to whether a salsa truck was in the area.

Hat tip: Rick, via email.

3 comments:

burt said...

Life is full of coincidences, isn't it?

(reposted on my FB page, including your comment AND a reference back to here.)

Goober said...

I guess I'm not laughing until I know the truckers are ok.

Goober said...

I guess I'm not laughing until I know the truckers are ok.