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By Bill Thomas | Published August 15th, 2007
A truck rolled through a town in Oregon last week spewing a stream of molasses on unsuspecting pedestrians.
An eight-mile stretch of Interstate 84 near Burns, Ore. saw hundreds of trucks roll through the busy intersection on Monday, one driver claiming he saw cars full of molasses run across the road and then into houses. According to the local news, one of the vehicles started backing up, which ended when they came to a stop.
This particular truck was the property of a friend of the driver, according to Salem TV station KATU. The driver has s슬롯 머신ince contacted authorities.
In addition to running on water, the truck was also coated in some kind of oil.
“I saw the fuel spill out all over the road,” one driver tells KATU. “I called the state highway patrol and the highway p예스 카지노atrol came out and gave me a tow vehicle with a tow box and a hose, and everything was taken care of by the state road patrol. And I had to go to work tomorrow.”
The molasses is still leaking through several houses, and a small portion of the truck was seen with a load of ice, according to KATU. The truck has not yet been impounded.
This is just one of many examples of the molasses pouring all across the nation and into the homes of ordinary people and businesses every day. You can see it on road signs around the country, just like you can see it on the highway every day when driving down a busy stretch of interstate.
In April 2002, a 6 foot tall truck in Pennsylvania spilled the molasses all over the highway in front of a home. And in April 2003, the same truck caught fire, but a little less molasses, causing almost two dozen homes to burn down in the area. And the problem is not confined to the U.S. The problem in Japan is a lot more intense. This July, residents in Miyagi were forced to call the police to tell them their homes were being burned down by the molasses.
It is hard to see any reason why this molasses couldn’t come into the U.S. as a whole and fill a lot of homes, especially after what has happened to California’s Golden State by pouring from all over the Pacific Northwest, according to the Daily Mail. This is even more disturbing given that California has seen about 60 spills of molasses in less than the amount o