Manufactured Home Half Falls Off Moving Truck

Half of a manufactured home has fallen off a truck causing some stir but no one was lost.

Police in South Carolina have charged a truck driver with carrying an unsecured load after a manufactured home on the truck fell off.
Haw River Police Sgt. Doug Faulls said the truck lost its load about 3:39 p.m. Monday at Roxboro and North Wilkins roads in Haw River.
No injuries were reported from the incident.
Dennis Dudley, 57, the driver of the truck, was charged with failure to secure a load.Faulls said excessive speed was being considered as a contributing factor in the incident.


The half home was being transported from Martinsville, Va., to Folly Beach, S.C.


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  1. Thank God no life was lost…..

  2. Thank God no life was lost, drivers should learn to maintain a normal speed level to avoid accident

  3. Alagbogu Chinazom

    Thank God there was no bad news

  4. Obiechina Ifunanya Vivian

    Things like this should be avoided.
    Thank God no life was lost afterall.

  5. Chukwuanu Ekpereamaka Peace

    Thank God for their lives oooo

  6. Thank God lives but drivers should be careful ooo

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