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Weekend crash in South Dakota ruins 15 tons of roasts

 Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Highway Patrol
Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Highway Patrol (KSFY)
Published: Aug. 28, 2018 at 7:42 PM CDT
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A weekend crash in northeastern South Dakota involving two semitrailers ruined 30,000 pounds of roasts.

The Highway Patrol says the two semis were traveling in foggy conditions on Saturday when they collided in Roberts County. The drivers suffered only minor injuries, but 15 tons of roasts ended up strewn across a road.

The meat was eventually sent to a landfill.

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Saturday Morning a Trooper responsed to a Roberts County Crash involving 2 semi's that collided in the dense fog. ...

Posted by South Dakota Highway Patrol on Monday, August 27, 2018