Drivers complain of tractor-trailers ignoring Hutchinson River Parkway restrictions

Many say that truck drivers too often get

Many say that truck drivers too often get on the roadway and crash into low-lying overpasses. (August 23, 2013 6:31 PM)

It was a traffic nightmare for some drivers on the Hutchinson River Parkway Thursday morning after another tractor-trailer crashed into a low-lying overpass.

Frustrated drivers complain that commercial vehicles too often either ignore or don’t pay attention to bold signs and banners warning that trucks are not allowed on the busy roadway, and stating the clearance height of bridges.

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