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11 Foot 8 [Video] - 13 months, 13 trucks crashed into this bridge.
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Monday 8/30/10 - 11:39:47 PM
13 months, 13 trucks crashed into this bridge.
Tuesday 8/31/10 - 10:04:10 PM
is it labelled wrong?
Wednesday 9/1/10 - 1:38:13 AM
No, it's just that must of those things are 15 feet high and drivers don't notice.
Wednesday 9/1/10 - 12:57:37 PM
That would be so cool to be in one of those cars who got to see it.
Wednesday 9/1/10 - 4:05:40 PM
Wednesday 9/1/10 - 5:59:23 PM
i love how it is JUST big enough for them to squeeze under and be skinned.
Wednesday 9/1/10 - 8:38:44 PM
You'd think after the first two or three wrecks they would have added a bunch of flashing warning lights or something to get the drivers attention.
Thursday 9/2/10 - 12:26:15 AM
you think that people'd learn by now
Thursday 9/2/10 - 10:41:52 PM
On Thursday 9/2/10 - 12:26:15 AM MechaSonic wrote:
you think that people'd learn by now

Yeah, because all those trucks are clearly either local to the town or share the same driver.
Thursday 9/2/10 - 10:51:47 PM
Okay....WHAT THE F.CK BUDDY?!?!?!?!!?

Why does F.cking boredville have the YT baby but in a hat!?!?!!?!?!?!?
Sunday 9/5/10 - 5:21:55 AM
On Thursday 9/2/10 - 10:51:47 PM JabbatheNinj wrote:
Okay....WHAT THE F.CK BUDDY?!?!?!?!!? Why does F.cking boredville have the YT baby but in a hat!?!?!!?!?!?!?

Boredville came 'n took ma baby!
Sunday 9/5/10 - 7:30:30 AM
On Wednesday 9/1/10 - 8:38:44 PM reb0rn4never wrote:
You'd think after the first two or three wrecks they would have added a bunch of flashing warning lights or something to get the drivers attention.


i don't know if you are being sarcastic or missed the flashing sign...
Sunday 10/24/10 - 12:41:51 AM
On Thursday 9/2/10 - 10:41:52 PM toastermonky wrote:
Yeah, because all those trucks are clearly either local to the town or share the same driver.

Since when are cargo & moving trucks 'local'? People drive those things across the entire country. You've clearly never 'moved' anywhere.
Sunday 10/24/10 - 7:57:23 AM
On Thursday 9/2/10 - 10:41:52 PM toastermonky wrote:
Yeah, because all those trucks are clearly either local to the town or share the same driver.
On Sunday 10/24/10 - 12:41:51 AM LittleMrJ wrote:
Since when are cargo & moving trucks 'local'? People drive those things across the entire country. You've clearly never 'moved' anywhere.


You tit.
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