Pigs Get Loose on Highway Following Semi Crash

Credit: Sgt. Jesse Grabow, Minnesota State Patrol

Pigs Get Loose on Highway Following Semi Crash

April 15, 2013 Updated Apr 15, 2013 at 11:18 AM EST

According to a report from Granite Broadcasting sister station Northland's NewsCenter in Duluth, Minn., authorities closed a section of I-94 in Northwestern Minnesota on Sunday after a crash involving several semitrailers set pigs loose along the interstate.

According to the report from Northland's NewsCenter:

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a crash near Barnesville Sunday involving several passenger vehicles and three semis, including one hauling pigs and one hauling cattle, caused the pigs to get loose and had authorities working to round them up.

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