I was tied up by this nonsense the other day.
Working in Delta its not the first time I've seen a container truck flip over, however I'm curious about this one. The news article states that the truck was over height and it hit the overpass. How can a container be over height? If I recall correctly, the standard shipping container is around 9ft, and the high-cube ones are around 10ft. The one pictured looks like a standard one. Hundreds of these pass through the tunnel everyday I'm sure. I know some trucks ride higher than others, but can they ride high enough that a standard container can strike an overpass?