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Long Island Has Suffered a Bud Light Truck Spill

Cases of brewskis were strewn all over the road.

Every day across this great nation, products accidentally spill out of trucks. Sometimes it’s maple syrup in Vermont. Other times it’s deli meat in New Jersey, or marbles in Indianapolis.

Yesterday, it was Bud Light in Long Island. According to CBS News, around midnight on Wednesday, a tractor-trailer collided with a car on the Long Island Expressway, at the junction of Walt Whitman Road. (As the great man might say, “I loafe and invite my soul.”)

Photos posted to the Melville Volunteer Fire Department Facebook page show a flipped car, a crumpled truck, and enough cases of Bud Light to really get something going. “The service road was closed for hours as crews cleaned up,” says CBS.

Both drivers were treated for minor injuries at a nearby medical center. No word on what happened to the beers.

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