Sandwich Fixins Strewn About N.J. Highway; Cash Litters R.I. Road Police in Piscataway, N.J., say a truck carrying a load of deli meat collided with a truck carrying bread. In Providence, R.I., $20,000 vanished when the back door of an armored car popped open.

Sandwich Fixins Strewn About N.J. Highway; Cash Litters R.I. Road

Sandwich Fixins Strewn About N.J. Highway; Cash Litters R.I. Road

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Police in Piscataway, N.J., say a truck carrying a load of deli meat collided with a truck carrying bread. In Providence, R.I., $20,000 vanished when the back door of an armored car popped open.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep in Providence, R.I., with the northeastern trucking news. In Piscataway, N.J., a truck was carrying a load of deli meat. Police say it collided with another truck carrying bread. No one was seriously injured, but sandwich fixings ended up all over the road. Here in Providence, more than $20,000 vanished from an armored car. Apparently, it's a good idea not to let the rear door pop open when the car is moving. Anybody seen that money? It's MORNING EDITION.

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