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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Cattle killed, trapped when trailer hits low bridge

Cattle killed, trapped after transport truck gets stuck under bridge

From the scene:
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Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – A tractor trailer transporting cattle is stuck under a railroad bridge at West Genesee Street in Syracuse. Police say some of the cattle have been killed and others are trapped.

The truck, which was en route to a slaughterhouse, measured 13'-1" tall. The height restriction at the bridge is 11'-6".

Both lanes of West Genesee Street are closed from State Fair Boulevard to Erie Boulevard West. Police say it could be hours before the road is open again.

Syracuse Police Sgt. Tom Connellan says the truck was carrying 34 cattle, and was a double-decker. The truck was coming from Sennett, NY and heading to somewhere in Pennsylvania, Connellan said. More...


Anonymous said...

Can this man be any more of an idiot? Can he not read? I hope he hangs for this.

Anonymous said...

Maybe we need road signs in Spanish.

Anonymous said...

Let's go back to whoever gave this guy a CDL to begin with! I think whenever something stupid like this happens, they ought to trace his CDL and take disciplinary action against those who passed him to begin with, as well.

Anonymous said...

Spanish HAha ! How true ! Where did he get his CDL for driving ?

Anonymous said...

That's the whole point of posting height limits on overpasses so that some stupid moron won't drive his over the height restriction into it.

Anonymous said...

MMMM anyone say steaks!!!!

Anonymous said...

Can anyone say poor helpless animals that are suffering needlessly before they are brutalized at the slaughterhouse? Oh and I love steak as well, but the injured animals will never make it to the table, they will be put down on site once they are dragged out in agony. Re-open local slaughter houses and prevent the unneccesary traveling.