A reporter was covering a story about dangerously low bridges in New York when she happened to catch a dangerously low bridge shredding the heck out of a passing truck.
"As I'm working on a story about @GovKathyHochul promoting a campaign to prevent bridge strikes … I got video of a truck crashing into this bridge on Young Street in the City of Tonawanda," Kristen Mirand of WKBW wrote on X (see video in first post below).
In her second post (also below), Mirand said the bridge "is known for getting struck by trucks," and that it "has been hit more than 60 times" since the year 2000. Fortunately, the truck driver was unharmed. And as for Gov. Hochul's campaign to prevent such accidents from occurring, you couldn't ask for a better companion video to back her cause.
Via Raw Story
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