A semi-truck and tractor full of 36,000 pounds of apples flipped Tuesday morning near Richland while taking the curving exit from Interstate 182 to eastbound Interstate 82. The driver, Lauro Santos Castellanos, 51, of Quincy, was not seriously hurt but was going to checked at Kadlec Regional Medical Center. The apples did not spill.
A semi-truck and tractor full of 36,000 pounds of apples flipped Tuesday morning near Richland while taking the curving exit from Interstate 182 to eastbound Interstate 82. The driver, Lauro Santos Castellanos, 51, of Quincy, was not seriously hurt but was going to checked at Kadlec Regional Medical Center. The apples did not spill. Tri-City Herald
A semi-truck and tractor full of 36,000 pounds of apples flipped Tuesday morning near Richland while taking the curving exit from Interstate 182 to eastbound Interstate 82. The driver, Lauro Santos Castellanos, 51, of Quincy, was not seriously hurt but was going to checked at Kadlec Regional Medical Center. The apples did not spill. Tri-City Herald

Truck filled with apples flips near Richland

April 15, 2014 10:40 AM

UPDATED April 15, 2014 10:43 AM

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