SALINE COUNTY, Kan. — A rollover crash caused hundreds of cases of beer spill onto Interstate 135 in Kansas on the morning of Oct. 11.
Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) said in a Facebook post that they responded to the call about the rollover, which was near milepost 79 in South Saline County, “shortly before 7 a.m.”
Photos from the KHP’s Facebook page show many cases of Budweiser littering the grass on the side of the highway.
KHP posted that they shut down the right lane of I-135 for recovery of the semi and “all this beer.”
Luckily, no injuries were reported. There has been no word on how much beer was able to be saved or what caused the accident.
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