Big Rig Dumps Trash Onto Pennsylvania Turnpike

A big rig hauling trash overturned onto the Pennsylvania Turnpike Thursday dumping part of its load onto the highway and slowing motorists for hours.

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A big rig hauling trash dumped part of its smelly load along the westbound Pennsylvania Turnpike Thursday.
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The truck crashed around 11:30 a.m. near milepost 351 in Bensalem, Bucks County, Pennsylvania State Police said.
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It took crews hours to clean up the mess caused by the multiple vehicle wreck between the Willow Grove (Exit 343) and Benslaem (Exit 351) interchanges.
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Drivers made it past the scene in single file as the turnpike intermittently closed the entire highway during the cleanup.
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More than two hours after the wreck, SkyForce10 captured crews continuing the clean-up the mess. The roadway finally reopened around 2:10 p.m., the turnpike tweeted.
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