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A tractor-trailer in the execution of 35,000 pounds of M&M’s got on the freeway in Tennessee

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What a difficult situation for you.

It was not a peak, but rather a “sugar rush” that will shut down part of a Tennessee interstate, just last week, when a tractor-trailer in the execution of 35,000 pounds of M&M’s are destroyed in the way.

On Dec. 13, at 5:30 p.m., the driver of the truck veered to avoid hitting something in the road on I-40, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports. Then, the tractor-trailer week, by accident, in a ditch, hit a concrete retaining wall by the exit, causing it to fall onto its side on I-40EB entrance ramp.

It wasn’t rush hour, but it is a sugar rush, which is enclosed in part by a Tennessee interstate, just last week, when a tractor-trailer that tipped and allegedly ditched 35,000 pounds of M&M’s are in the way.
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If it is overturned, the tractor-trailer hit a second truck, which was parked on the shoulder of the hill.

The driver of the truck that crashed was taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, Fox 17 reports.

The accident happened at around 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 13.
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In the meantime, the accident is left behind, and a little bit of a mess as the vehicle and spilled some of the chocolate candy M&M’s candy, then it crashed, as per the News-Sentinel.

No charges or citations were expected to Knoxville Police department spokesman Scott Erland said.
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The Tennessee Department of Transportation said the ramp would be closed for a couple of hours, and it is expected to the end of the exit ramp, it would be opened again later in the evening.

No charges or citations were expected to Knoxville Police department spokesman Scott Erland said.

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