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Video shows trucking team guiding a 916,000 pound super load through a turn in Ohio


Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) shared video of a 916,000 pound super load on the move on Wednesday.

Video shared on June 19 by ODOT press secretary Matt Bruning shows the twelfth of nearly two dozen “super loads” at SR 104 and 207 as the load is moved from Pike County and into Ross County.

According to ODOT, the super load an air processor known as a cold box used in the silicon chip manufacturing process. It measures approximately 23’ tall, 20’ wide, 280’ long, and weighs 916,000 pounds.

The super load originated from a dock on the Ohio River near Manchester in Adams County on June 1 and is being transported to New Albany in Licking County. It is expected to arrive at its final destination on June 25.

See the video below.


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