DENVER, Colorado (KUSA) A truck crash sent beer raining down onto Interstate 25 in Denver, Colorado Wednesday.
No one was injured when the semi-truck nearly flew off the overpass from Interstate 70 to I-25, raining hundreds of cans of Miller Genuine Draft onto the highway below.
Traffic was backed up for miles on both highways as crews worked to remove the truck and clean up the beer that had fallen onto the northbound I-25 express lanes.
Beer lovers shouldn’t fret, though. The company hauling the beer, Iron Woman Construction, picks up loads of expired beer so it can be recycled.
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