Freezing Soda Closes Pennsylvania Highway

Continental Recalls Motorcycle Tires
January 21, 2013
Boulder Crashes Into Home, Injures Sleeping Woman
January 22, 2013

Hundreds of gallons of soda spilled onto a highway in Pennsylvania, closing the roadway for more than five hours early Tuesday morning.

Two trucks tractor-trailer trucks crashed with one of the vehicles splitting in half. With the frigid temperatures, the soda immediately began freezing as it hit the surface of the road. Department of Transportation officials were called out to de-ice the highway. No injuries were reported to police.

Read more here: Tractor-trailers collide on West Shore Bypass; soda freezes on highway

Comments are closed.