A semi truck driver found himself in a very tight spot on a bridge in West Virginia yesterday.
The incident was reported just after 9 a.m. on Monday, June 24, on the Southside Bridge in Charleston, West Virginia.
Local news station WOWKTV covered the incident but had no explanation for how the truck got stuck:
“The truck was sandwiched in between the barriers and no one knows how he was able to accomplish this incredible feat.”
Charleston police say that GPS can sometimes lead to incidents like this one.
Southside Bridge…that’s going to be awhile! pic.twitter.com/yHr7liteWT
— WVBA (@WVBroadcasters) June 24, 2019
Crews were called in and the truck was eventually freed from the bridge around 10 a.m.