“We’re going to get a secondary truck here to unload it,” Root said, and then the piglets will be transferred to the second trailer.
The sergeant said alcohol and drugs were not suspected in the crash.
“I would say speed could have something to do with it,” Root said.
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The freeway was shut down at one point after the accident and again when a second truck arrived to transport the surviving animals.