Brace yourself beer-lovers … hundreds of cans of brew are wasting away on a stretch of Florida interstate after multiple semi-trucks wrecked and sent Coors Lights flying everywhere.
Commuters in Hernando County must have been buzzing hard Wednesday morning about the traffic jam caused by the 18-wheelers colliding and opening up a trailer’s payload full of cases upon cases of the ol’ silver bullets.
According to Highway Patrol, the beer man was the last truck in a chain reaction accident involving a total of 5 vehicles. As you can see the suds nearly completely covered the 2-lane highway and snarled traffic for hours.
The interstate was reopened by the afternoon, though … once a bunch of fraternity bros rallied with beer bongs to remove all the debris!!!
Update: Crews continue to work to clear vehicles and debris along I-75 at this hour. pic.twitter.com/oEuReTxASX
— FHP Tampa (@FHPTampa) September 21, 2022
We kid. A regular highway clean-up crew got the job done, but our money woulda been on the frat bros.
Spilled milk is one thing, but this? Pour a little out (just a little) tonight for the fallen brews.