Crash Totals Semi, Scatters 20 Tons Of Cheese

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Oregon State Police responded to a commercial vehicle crash early Monday where a tractor trailer left the interstate spilling more than 40,000 pounds of cheese. Troopers responded to the scene at milepost 8 approximately six miles south of Ashland around 3 a.m. Investigators found a 2010 Kenworth semi-tractor pulling a trailer north on Interstate 5 that failed to maintain its lane of travel and went off the roadway, knocking down over more than 300 feet of guardrail and ending up on its side. Troopers report that the tractor and trailer were totaled in the crash and that the cheese was spread out over the 400 feet of crash scene.
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