Interstate 10 Jacked Up This Morning Due to Aluminum Cans All Over the Place
The can-tastrophe, toward the end of the cleanup process.
If your commute was ruined by traffic on Interstate 10 this morning, we'll tell you that the culprit has been revealed as aluminum cans.
Like, a lot of aluminum cans, which covered several lanes of traffic near the Salt River Bridge.
Although all the lanes were back open around 8:30 a.m., ADOT says the traffic on I-10 and I-17 is "VERY slow" due to the can incident.
I-17 is still VERY slow from the Stack interchange to the Split interchange near Sky Harbor, thanks to the earlier can spill. #PhxTraffic
— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) September 5, 2013
If we had to guess, this sound like a case of the Michigan bottle-deposit scam:
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you’ll never miss Phoenix New Times' biggest stories.
- FEMA May Deploy Response Team to Navajo Nation Following Mine Spill
Sat., Sep. 12, 6:00pm
Sat., Sep. 12, 8:00pm
Sun., Sep. 13, 1:05pm
Mon., Sep. 14, 6:40pm
- Phoenix Suspect in Garland Attack Demands New Lawyer, Complains About DNA Testing
- As Arpaio's Trial Approaches, More MCSO Shenanigans Pop Out of the Woodwork