Two trucks hit the same North Carolina bridge hours apart

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DURHAM, N.C. – Two trucks collided with a railroad bridge in Durham on late last month, highlighting the need for additional safety measures, according to WTVD.

It happened June 22 at the intersection of South Gregson between West Peabody and Pettigrew Streets.

The metal roof of an Enterprise Rental truck peeled back after hitting the head bar that protects the bridge. The driver suffered a minor head injury.

Four hours later, another rental truck made the same mistake. Two people inside that vehicle were treated at the scene.

Read full story: WTVD

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