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Crash leaves thousands of tortillas on a Pennsylvania road

Associated Press
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MINERSVILLE — Police say 40,000 pounds of tortillas littered a Pennsylvania road when a tractor trailer hit another truck and then a car before toppling over.

WNEP-TV reports that the Wednesday crash occurred near Minersville on Route 901 when one truck hauling the tortillas took a curve too fast and slid into another truck.

It then hit a car that was behind the truck it first hit. The tortilla truck fell over.

Authorities say that stretch of road is dangerous for trucks and there’s a sign warning drivers about it.

The driver of the car, and the driver of the second truck and a passenger, were treated for minor injuries.

Authorities are continuing to investigate the crash.

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