Semi truck ripped apart under railway overpass in Wisconsin
The accident happened at around 3 a.m. on March 23, near 67th Drive in Racine County, Wisconsin.
A semi truck hauling pallets of apple juice tried to drive underneath the low clearance railway overpass. The top and side parts of the truck came off and the trailer bent in half.
The truck stopped in the middle of the driveway, leaving a long trail of debris and debris in its wake.
Fortunately, nobody was injured as a result of the accident.
The truck driver said that he did not see any sign warning of the low clearance bridge. However, he received numerous traffic fines.
The railway overpass reportedly has not been used for many years, so, there is no disruption to any railway company.