Zapping Auto Moto Travel diary: the Morvan in a Citroën C5
Without really knowing what happened, the driver of this 40-ton semi-trailer was widely noticed at a service station in Doubs this Thursday, January 25.
In fact, the heavy goods vehicle caused significant damage by tearing off the roof in its path.
An image of this impressive incident was shared by our colleagues from the Republican East and the least we can say is that the trucker didn’t pull any punches.
More fear than harm
Luckily, the passage of this semi through a service station only caused material damage. No one was injured in this incident and things could have been much worse.
The fuel pumps could have suffered heavy damage and even caught fire.
Ultimately, the situation was brought under control, but the brand that owns this station will have to call in a crane to repair everything.
To sum up
This Thursday, January 25, around 5:30 p.m., a heavy goods vehicle caused serious damage to a service station in Baume-les-Dames, in Doubs.
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