A truck transporting Corona beer bottles overturned within the Netherlands on Sunday morning, dumping its cargo onto a busy freeway and forcing a number of lane closures for over an hour. The accident occurred close to the town of Geleen.
To make issues worse, native media shops have reported that the motive force of the truck was “most likely” beneath the affect of narcotics. In line with the Limburg information web site, police confirmed that the motive force can be taken for blood assessments to show whether or not “medication or sleeping capsules” had been concerned.
The outlet reported that the motive force had hit a guard rail on the Kerensheide junction whereas touring north on the A2 freeway towards Eindhoven. After placing the railing, the ill-fated car began to swing earlier than finally ending up on its aspect.
De vrachtwagen op de #A2 bij knooppunt Kerensheide staat weer overeind. In dit filmpje zie je hoe de bergers deze klus hebben uitgevoerd 👇 We zijn nu druk bezig met herstelwerkzaamheden. De eindtijd is bijgesteld naar 16:30 uur. pic.twitter.com/CZpxdX3cQj
— Rijkswaterstaat Verkeersinformatie (@RWSverkeersinfo) December 19, 2021
Photos from the crash confirmed damaged containers of beer bottles scattered on the freeway and within the house between the guard rails. There have been no reviews of accidents or injury to different autos as but, and photographs circulating on social media steered no different autos had been concerned.
The crash and particles compelled the authorities to shut the northbound freeway for an hour as a restoration car towed the truck away and the railing was being repaired. One lane on the southbound expressway additionally needed to be closed.
The accident prompted humorous responses from social media customers, who nervous in regards to the impression it will have on the beer provide because the nation enters a tough lockdown through the Christmas interval over fears in regards to the unfold of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.
Simply when the lockdown begins. Should be a metaphor for the covid insurance policies within the Netherlands
— Thomas (@blauwehuize) December 19, 2021