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Several Trucks Hit By Bricks Tossed From Pennsylvania Turnpike Overpass


Several trucks were damaged and one truck driver was injured after bricks and rocks were thrown at their windshields from an overpass on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last night.

At Least Three Trucks Hit By Bricks And Rocks

The incident took place around 6 p.m. in Levittown. Local police say that at least three tractors trailers were hit by bricks.

Trucker Injured By Bricks

One of the trucks was driven by 46 year old  Randall Blake, who sustained facial lacerations. He was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital. His current condition is unknown.

At around the same time, trucks driven by Torrance Bonner, 43, and John Wagner, 59, were also hit by bricks. Neither Bonner nor Wagner were injured, but their windshields were damaged.

Bonner told local reporters, “all I seen was hands and a bunch of rocks. They just like threw them over and they were just like coming at me like it was raining rocks.”

No arrests have been made.

Anyone with information about the brick-throwing incident is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police at 610-279-1605.

CBS Philadelphia
The Intelligencer


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