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Tractor Trailer Overturns, Spilling Truckload of Vibrators on Mustang Road

A tractor trailer overturned on I-40 near Oklahoma City Wednesday, spilling vibrators around Mustang Road and closing the off ramp for a number of hours.

In video shot by Oklahoma 4 TV and News 9, a huge selection of boxes have emerged strewn concerning the

It is a semi that overturned and lost its load here, reporter Jim Gardner said from the Skynews 9 chopper. There exists a large amount of stuff to completely clean up.

An anchor for the station asked him: Jim, is it possible to tell what hes carrying there? Whats all around the road?

The camera zooms in. Its chaos for certain, another anchor says. Gardner demurs: Were zooming in not necessarily. I cant tell. Perhaps you can tell? No-one on the station can seemingly tell.

But I could.

You can find a large number of boxes of pink vibrators; many of them have seemingly emerge from their packaging and were strewn on the road. But what type of vibrators? By using Motherboard executive editor Emanuel Maiberg, we believe they are Adam & Eve G-Spot Touch Finger Vibes, which retail for $39.95.

In this Kinky Vibes review, you can view the box of the vibrator from multiple angles:

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Screengrab: Kinky Vibes

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Now why don’t we compare this to the vibrators spilled on Mustang Road:

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This is blurry, but, clearly, we are able to start to see the pink vibrator on the left, the egg-shaped controller on the proper, plus some type of text in top of the right. On the trunk of the box, we are able to start to see the three different angles of the vibrator on an individuals hand, or at the very least what is apparently that. It really is perhaps clearer in this zoomed-out screengrab:

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Oklahoma City news blog The Lost Ogle speculated that there is also tubes of lube, though Motherboard cannot identify this for certain.

The Oklahoma City Highway Patrol didn’t immediately react to a obtain comment, nor did the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. Motherboard has filed a public record information request seeking more info.

Thankfully, no-one was seriously injured in the crash. Oklahoma City Highway Patrol tweeted that the nearby access road was completely closed for some hours during cleanup.


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