December 6, 2021

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A security truck carrying dollars crashes into a traffic jam on the California highway and two are stopped.

Security truck crashes into U.S. dollar on California highway and two stopped

Two people have been arrested in connection with a road accident in California, USA An armored truck dropped the money.

A special vehicle carrying valuables scattered several bundles of cash on the highway at around 9am on Friday. Carelessness The movie sparked spectacular scenes as drivers parked their cars and got down to pick up tickets.

However, They hope drivers will line up their pockets with extra cash Attract attention before giving thanks.

Two people tried to take the money
Two people tried to take the money

“There are a lot Video evidence of people stealing money on the highway, I’ll take it, ”California Highway Patrol Sergeant Curtis Martin told a news conference.

According to the police report, some bags fell from the truck They flooded the tracks with tickets. However, even in the grocery bags it is not clear how much money fell or was recovered by the officials who collected the rupee notes.

Thousands of dollars fell on the asphalt They belong to a bank and the officials ask whoever has the bill to return it At the police station.

This is when it all started An armored car door opened near San Diego, On Interstate 5, the highway from the Mexican border in California to Canada.

Police called to return the ticket holders
Police called to return the ticket holders

In a video posted on social media Drivers can be seen running down the road and collecting money And even throwing a handful of greenbacks into the air at the celebration.

However, police warned that the pictures were the same They will be used to find out who did not return the money.

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“It simply came to our notice then. And let’s knock on his door, “said Martin.

The officer called on the citizens to do the right thing and recalled it In this case, taking money is considered a crime. “This is not your money,” he added.

It is not clear how much money fell or how much money the authorities recovered
It is not clear how much money fell or how much money the authorities recovered

At least A dozen people handed over the bills they had collected to the authorities Friday afternoon, according to the newspaper San Diego Union-Tribune.

“People give a lot”Said Martin. “People took a lot of money.”

The two were arrested after a man and a woman ran to get the money They could not escape in their cars.

(With information from AFP and AP)

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