Can-opener bridge strikes again


The Central Avenue “can-opener” railroad bridge struck again Thursday morning, just before 10:35 a.m., when a westbound truck’s trailer was caught under the low bridge and peeled back. Unlike many other trucks, the semi was not trapped under the bridge and was able to pull ahead. The city of Delaware has authorized installing a warning system that would warn truck drivers before they reach the bridge, which has snagged many trucker drivers and their loads.


The Central Avenue “can-opener” railroad bridge struck again Thursday morning, just before 10:35 a.m., when a westbound truck’s trailer was caught under the low bridge and peeled back. Unlike many other trucks, the semi was not trapped under the bridge and was able to pull ahead. The city of Delaware has authorized installing a warning system that would warn truck drivers before they reach the bridge, which has snagged many trucker drivers and their loads.

The Central Avenue “can-opener” railroad bridge struck again Thursday morning, just before 10:35 a.m., when a westbound truck’s trailer was caught under the low bridge and peeled back. Unlike many other trucks, the semi was not trapped under the bridge and was able to pull ahead. The city of Delaware has authorized installing a warning system that would warn truck drivers before they reach the bridge, which has snagged many trucker drivers and their loads.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_DSC_3449F.jpgThe Central Avenue “can-opener” railroad bridge struck again Thursday morning, just before 10:35 a.m., when a westbound truck’s trailer was caught under the low bridge and peeled back. Unlike many other trucks, the semi was not trapped under the bridge and was able to pull ahead. The city of Delaware has authorized installing a warning system that would warn truck drivers before they reach the bridge, which has snagged many trucker drivers and their loads.
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