Published: Thu, March 08, 2018
Medical | By Marta Holmes

Truck overturns in Panhandle, spilling 60000 pounds of veer

Truck overturns in Panhandle, spilling 60000 pounds of veer

It's was a sad sight to behold.

A SC truck driver spilled what the Florida Highway Patrol estimated to be 60,000 pounds of Busch beer onto I-10 when he lost control of his tractor-trailer and the vehicle overturned, WEAR reported. Troopers say Powell failed to maintain his lane, hitting the shoulder of the road which caused the tractor-trailer to overturn.

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Okaloosa County is located in the Florida panhandle.

Here's what the department said in their post, which, at the time of this article, has almost 1,000 shares. The Okaloosa Sheriffs Department writes on Facebook, "Thankfully only minor injuries which were treated on scene but the beer didn't fare so well".

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Powell suffered minor injuries in the crash but was not hospitalized for his injuries.

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