Friday, March 25, 2016

A trucker claims that a railroad trestle is lower than the sign says (14 foot) after he became wedged underneath it in Marysville, California.

Driver Rigoberto Corona was traveling north on Highway 70 when he struck a train trestle marked 14 feet 1 inch around noon yesterday.

 Did anyone have the brains to measure it after the impact, and see what the height of the truck, and the height of the bridge, factually are?  No.

1 comment:

  1. I'm thinking they measured the height from the top surface of the bridge to the road below instead of the bottom of the bridge.