The ice cream trucks are a thing of the past! Why not have a truck that turns a piece of frozen turkey into a delicious, steaming hot meal in a matter of minutes? Why not go all out and offer 10,000 frozen turkeys as the main course? Here’s why: the only way to complete the mission is to set the truck on fire! That is exactly what occurred recently when a truck carrying 10,000 frozen turkeys caught fire in the middle of the road. Accidentally, of course!
Firefighters in Florida said no one was hurt, but a significant number of dinners were ruined for good. The incident caused slowdowns in the area. Two lanes of I-4 west were blocked when the fire broke out close to mile marker 101. According to officials, the tractor-trailer started to burn after the driver pulled onto the shoulder. It’s unknown what caused the fire.
I-4 vehicle accident & fire 📍 MM 101 WB Sanford. 18-wheeler tractor trailer caught fire carrying 10,000 frozen turkey. No injuries… SCFD units have fire under control. FHP on scene. Extended operation – two lanes blocked. pic.twitter.com/EAL9i7xlLw
— Seminole County Fire Department (SCFD) PIO Media (@scfdpio) August 4, 2022
The Seminole County Fire Department said that the fire was put out, but it reignited and needed to be put out again, said reports.
If you like having some beer while savoring a tasty piece of turkey, here’s another huge downer. A semi-truck overturned on a ramp, spilling hundreds of beer cans on the highway. According to Louisville Metro Police, the vehicle turned over in the early morning while using the Interstate 71 ramp to the Gene Snyder Freeway. Crates of Bud Light can be seen on the road, between the ramp and the freeway. Some of the undamaged boxes are thrown out more than 30 feet from the vehicle.
The police stated that the accident was “a non-injury incident” and that cleanup was in progress, reported WLKY. According to Traffic Response and Incident Management Assisting the River City, or TRIMARC, clean-up operations obstructed the right shoulder of the freeway.
Beer must be one of the most popular beverages on the planet. The drink has inspired even a viral meme decades ago. There’s a good chance you’ve heard or seen the Hold My Beer meme all across the Internet, movies, social media, etc. Either way, you’ve probably seen it and if you haven’t – well then now you have! Someone pointed out that the first recorded example of the Hold my Beer meme comes from a classic Looney Tunes cartoon back in 1959 and we have the video.