Floridian drivers on Interstate 75 skilled journey disruptions Wednesday, after a semi-trailer carrying Coors Mild spilled onto the 2 lanes of the southbound freeway.
Simply after 6 a.m. on Sept. 21, a crash involving a number of autos occurred some 30 miles south of Tampa, in keeping with NPR. One semi-trailer hit one other semi whereas switching lanes, forcing autos behind them to brake. A second semi-trailer didn’t cease and hit each a pickup truck and one other semi.
The Coors-carrying semi tipped over, spilling out a plethora of the “blue mountain” brand cans. In a photograph posted by the Florida Freeway Patrol on Twitter, circumstances and particular person cans are seen strewn throughout the freeway.
Hernando County: The southbound lanes of I-75 at MM296 stay closed following an early morning crash involving a number of tractor trailers. Site visitors is diverted at SR-50. pic.twitter.com/mWlgU56kMo
— FHP Tampa (@FHPTampa) September 21, 2022
Crews rapidly responded to the cleanup, clearing the within shoulder and journey lanes for site visitors by 8:30 a.m. The spill was totally clear for normal site visitors by 12 p.m., in keeping with the Related Press.
The driving force of the pickup truck reported minor accidents, with no accidents reported by any of the 4 semi vans’ drivers.