Florida beer accident: Truck spills cases of beer all over the road
Florida beer accident: Truck spills cases of beer all over the road

Florida beer accident: Truck spills cases of beer all over the road

Light's truck crash knocked over beer, scattering cans across the road (Image: Florida Highway Patrol/AP)

Light’s truck crash knocked over beer, scattering cans across the road (Image: Florida Highway Patrol/AP)

A highway in the US had to be closed yesterday after a truck carrying beer crashed, throwing cans all over the road.

Footage shows the Florida highway turned into a sea of ​​silver Coors Light cans after the multi-vehicle pileup.

No one is believed to have been seriously injured in the early morning incident, but people in a pickup truck reported minor injuries.

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The highway was temporarily closed after the truck carrying the Coors cans failed to brake in time before hitting a pickup truck and another truck.

The beer cans then went on their way. It’s not clear exactly what happened to them, but video footage suggests a machine was used to push them into piles on the side of the road, where it seems unlikely they were drunk.

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The multi-vehicle crash happened shortly after 6 a.m. local time in the southbound lanes of Interstate 75 about 30 miles north of Tampa, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Officials believe the stampede started when one truck cut off another while changing lanes, forcing others to brake.

In this photo provided by the Florida Highway Patrol, cans of Coors Light beer are strewn across a highway after two semi-trailers collided on a Florida highway Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, near Brooksville, Fla. (Florida Highway Patrol via AP)

Cases of Coors Light were strewn across the road (Image: AP)
The incident happened near Brooksville, Florida (Image: AP)
Only minor injuries were reported in the crash (Image: Florida Highway Patrol)
At least four trucks were involved in the accident

This forced other trucks to slow down, but the Coors Light carrier was unable to stop in time.

There was no suggestion the driver had been drinking.

At least four trucks can be seen in footage from the scene.

The road was partially open to traffic by 8:30 a.m. local time and was fully reopened around noon, the military said.

The incident comes after an equally bizarre load was spilled on the road near Oklahoma City – leaving dildos scattered on a highway.

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