A wreck involving five semi trucks and a pickup left a mess of beer and concrete all over Interstate 75 in Florida on Wednesday morning.
The accident happened on September 21st at 6:12 a.m. in Brooksville, Florida.
According to 10 News Tampa Bay, the chain reaction crash began when one semi truck collided with another while changing lanes on southbound I-75 at mile marker 296. The two rigs then came to a stop in the outside shoulder and outermost lane. Two more semi trucks and a pickup truck then stopped behind the semi truck in the outside lane, but a fifth semi truck carrying beer failed to slow for the stopped traffic and collided with the row of trucks.
Hernando County: The southbound lanes of I-75 at MM296 remain closed following an early morning crash involving several tractor trailers. Traffic is diverted at SR-50. pic.twitter.com/mWlgU56kMo— FHP Tampa (@FHPTampa) September 21, 2022
The crash left a mess of beer and concrete along the roadway, causing backups. The highway was partially reopened around 8:30 a.m. Only minor injuries were reported by the occupants of the pickup truck. None of the truckers were hurt in the incident.
It is not clear if any citations were issued as a result of the crash. No further information has been released.