Truck Hauling Fracking Coil Strikes Railroad Bridge in Columbiana County

From Shale Play:
It's been said that 13 is an unlucky number, and James Bumbarger most likely feels this way after his over-sized load of fracking coil didn't pass through the 13-foot clearance under the Youngstown-Southeastern Railroad Co.'s train trestle Sept. 10. The 1930s-built bridge trestle was ripped off the overpass and fell onto state Route 558 in Fairfield Township, Columbiana County, blocking it completely. 
According to highway patrol trooper Michael Smith, a tractor-trailer driven by Bumbarger, 43, of Phillipsburg, Pa., was eastbound on Route 558 hauling a large fracking coil.
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