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18-Wheeler hits "low ceiling" at Gallatin Street

Source: WLBT Source: WLBT
Source: WLBT Source: WLBT
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

There are a few places around the Jackson metro area that have a very low clearance. One that seems to catch a lot of big trucks is the Gallatin Street bridge.

Friday afternoon, an 18 wheeler hauling plastic bottles was a few feet too tall, and wound up on it's side.

The driver wasn't injured, but it would probably be best to avoid the area until they get things cleaned up.

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