Stuck Whiskey Truck Spills Load on Road

Thursday, May 27, 2010  |  Updated 4:00 PM EDT
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Stuck Whiskey Truck Spills Load on Road

NBCWashington.com

A whiskey truck gets stuck.

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Whiskey lovers are crying a little in their drinks today upon learning that a tractor-trailer hauling the alcohol got stuck beneath a train bridge near New Market, Md., Thursday afternoon and leaked some of its load -- it's smooth, delicious, intoxicating load.

The truck got stuck at about 1:20 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Route 75 and Baldwin Road, according to Maryland State Police.  The accident forced the closure of Route 75. Police said a detour was set up.

The railroad overpass there is a tight squeeze for big rigs, according to officials.  Sounds like the work of the Whiskey Rebellion if you ask us...

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