Traffic In Louisville Goes Hog Wild
An interstate ramp in downtown Louisville reopened after being closed for nearly eight hours after a semi hauling a trailer filled with pigs overturned. The semi overturned on the I-65 South ramp to I-64 East/I-71 North Wednesday morning, according to TRIMARC. The ramp was reopened to traffic around 3 p.m. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Louisville Metro police say 110 of the 178 pigs being transported were killed. Some of the surviving pigs were spilled onto the interstate and had to be rounded up. It took crews several hours to remove the dead animals and to upright and remove the trailer.
Source: MG News
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