Truck full of toilet paper burns after crash

02 Avril, 2020, 03:29 | Auteur: Anatole Charbonneau
  • Thousands of rolls of toilet paper burn after semi crashes in Texas

Toilet paper was strewn on a stretch of the Interstate 20 in Hutchins, Texas after a 18-wheeler tipped on its side, The Dallas Morning News reported.

The driver and his dog were not injured but the truck did catch fire, burning the thousands of rolls of toilet paper along with it.

The crash caused the tractor-trailer to catch fire, and police were forced to close all westbound lanes of the interstate for several hours.

Harry Potter At Home Brings Hogwarts Magic To You
In addition to the book, " Harry Potter At Home " will send out a "Wizarding Wednesdays" email newsletter each week with activities and quizzes.

FDA calls for heartburn drug Zantac to be pulled from market immediately
FDA Requests Removal of All Ranitidine Products ( Zantac ) from the Market [news release]. When sustained at higher levels of exposure it can increase the risk of cancer in humans.

COVID-19 infections growing exponentially, deaths near 50,000
However, the researchers stressed that their findings do not prove the virus spreads "in an airborne fashion". He added: "Obviously, more research is required to be able to characterise environmental risk".

KXAS reports that the driver was on his way to a rest stop in Dallas County when he fell asleep and lost control of the truck.

The truck driver didn't suffer any serious injuries.

TxDOT said that the toilet paper, which was in large rolls used in businesses, "burned extensively", and took "some time" to clean. Producers ramped up production and shipping operations to resupply stores wiped out by consumers buying toilet paper and paper towels in bulk.

Conseillé:



Populaire

Lindsay Lohan Confirms Music Comeback with Official 'I'm Back' Teaser - Watch Here!
It's unclear if "I'm Back" is the title of her new single, or just a quippy caption, nonetheless, it works for both. Another added, "The queen is back to save pop music".

Conway slams Biden over criticism of President Trump's handling of coronavirus outbreak
As of Wednesday morning, more than 188,000 people across the country have been infected, and almost 4,000 people have died. That was before she sparred with Donald Trump over coronavirus and helped deliver Biden the MI primary.

2000-foot drug smuggling tunnel discovered beneath US-Mexico border
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced its San Diego Tunnel Task Force led the massive $30 million drug seizure last month. Investigators believe the tunnel existed for several months "due to the advanced construction observed in several portions".

Florida Governor Orders Residents to Stay Home to Avoid Coronavirus
Until now, Florida remained the holdout among states hit hard by the coronavirus in not ordering residents to stay at home. With this order, Florida is joining more than 30 other states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico in ordering a lockdown.

US Coronavirus Death Toll Exceeds China’s
An increasing death toll across both Western Europe and in the United States was a major contributor to the somber milestone. In the U.S. , about 3,550 people have died, about 250 more than China's official number.

Marseille ex-President, Pape Diouf dies of coronavirus
Pape will forever remain in the hearts of Marseillais as one of the great craftsmen in the history of the club. Pape Diouf, a former Marseille president led the French soccer club from 2005-09.

Costco Limiting the Number of Members in Its Stores
Aside from donating medical supplies, the retailer is now requiring employees to perform health checks before reporting to work. Costco Wholesale is limiting the number of members that can come into its stores.

Messi names two Chelsea stars among top 15 rising footballers
Joshua Kimmich: "A hugely talented full-back who provides so many assists". Luka Jovic: "A magical player who makes the impossible possible".

Abdul Mahdi Concerned By Unlicensed Flights Amid Fears From US Attack
Tehran, which wields huge influence in its western neighbor, said that it had not. Fallon called the Iranian reaction as "expected rhetoric out of Teheran".

Losing senses of taste, smell are diagnostic COVID-19 symptoms, study suggests
A team at King's College London looked at responses from more than 400,000 people reporting suspected Covid-19 symptoms to an app. Viral shedding suggests people could still be infectious, to some degree, from one to eight days after they start to feel better.