WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (NBC/KUSA) - The thirstiest highway on-ramp in America just got drenched with another truckload of Coors beer.
It has happened again. Another beer truck flipped on a ramp to Interstate 70 in Wheat Ridge, Colo.
The crash happened just before 2 p.m. Thursday, and the cleanup lasted well into the night.
Since 2011, at least four trucks carrying beer have overturned in the same area. The latest incident happened three weeks ago throughout the Fourth of July weekend.
The driver of the semitruck somehow lost control and flipped over the guardrail, emptying an entire load of beer.
The driver suffered minor injuries, and the passenger inside was not hurt.
Colorado Department of Transportation officials said they have known for years that the ramp in the area is an issue.
A spokesperson for the department said the ramp is nearly 60 years old and is not up to modern design standards.
Still, department officials said they don't have the funding to fix the issue.
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