Scottish Terrier caught in Hawaiian Punch accident

The Morehead News of Kentucky reports:

A truck hauling Hawaiian Punch dropped off the edge of the road and overturned.

The accident occurred at mile marker 17 near the Kentucky National Guard Armory around 6:30 a.m.

David Stamm, of Canton, Mich., was driving a USF 2007 International semi truck hauling 42,000 pounds of Hawaiian Punch to the Family Dollar Distribution Center when his truck dropped off the edge of the highway causing it to topple over onto its side, according to Kentucky State Police Trooper Tim Gibbs. Stamm is an employee of Glen Moore, Inc.

“Once his truck was off the road it was over. The load he was carrying pushed him off the road from there,” Gibbs said.

The other occupant of the truck was Stamm’s Scottish terrier, which was not hurt during the wreck. Stamm was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the accident, police said.

This is why I never haul loads of Hawaiian punch.

One thought on “Scottish Terrier caught in Hawaiian Punch accident

  1. We drive an 80 ft long Semi all over the counrty and that is always on my mind. We could get hurt but Pippi would be much worse off. That and her eating something at a truck stop

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