Toilet Paper Fire Lights Up Dallas, Texas (VIDEO)


The early morning of April 2nd started with a massive traffic accident in Dallas County when an 18-wheeler truck full of toilet paper spun off the road. When the vehicle overturned, its delicate cargo went up in roaring flames in the outskirts of Hutchins. 

Thankfully unharmed, the driver called first responders who swiftly put the blazing fire out. Once the heavy smoke cleared, it uncovered dozens of toilet paper rolls sprinkled around the asphalt and the grassy slope. 

According to the driver, he was en route to San Antonio when his truck ran over some sort of bump, resulting in an accident. The exact amount of toilet paper that never reached the quarantined San Antonians is currently unknown, but CBS 11 mentioned “thousands”. 

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