How Towing Company Could Have Fed 9,000 Cats
A truck carrying milk overturned on an exit ramp off I75 in Auburn Hills and needed a heavy duty towing company. Milk flowed freely and could have fed 9,000 cats.
The local towing company, Byers Wrecker was called into right the overturned truck and clean up the mess. Instead of using 9,000 cats to lick up the milk, Byers used a rotator to lift the truck and tank cars, airbags to initiate the lift, a recovery unit, and a sweeper to clean up the mess. Maybe next time kitties.
Towing Company Incident Details
A semi cab and tanker carrying many gallons of milk took the exit too rapidly a towing company was needed as the cab and tanker fell to its side. Traffic was blocked. The milk that escaped turned brown once it hit the earth. An emergency call was made to the towing company. The towing company showed up and assessed the situation. It was determined that a rotator was needed to lift the cab and tanker upright. Also, it was determined the towing company would need airbags to lift the tanks that once contained the milk. Three towing company operators were put in place to manage the details and be sure every safety precaution be followed.
Straps were attached to the milk tanks. Straps were also attached to the cab. The towing company placed airbags under the milk tanks. The towing company inflated the airbags. The rotator pulled in the excess strap. The towing company operators then activated the rotator to pull the cab and the milk tanks upright. The towing company operators then surveyed the road and the cab and trailer. They disassembled the airbags.
Once upright the cab and milk truck were driven away. There was no damage. The towing company then used a sweeper to and liquid dry to clean up the milk and residue.