People scoop up cash scattered across California freeway

We see this several, a lot of, quite a few, a lot of periods, and it constantly tends to make us speculate why armored vehicles, and the luggage containing income that are inside of them, are not a lot more crash resistant: This morning on I-5 in Carlsbad, Calif., north of San Diego, a insignificant incident involving a Brinks truck scattered hard cash across the freeway — and as normally, motorists stopped and ran about scooping up payments as they blew all over.

This, of program, is a dumb factor to do — surpassed in stupidity only by putting up it on social media, as the authorities are undoubtedly heading to be analyzing posts like this a single (in which a new Ford Bronco makes a cameo physical appearance):

These people apparently consider this is a finders-keepers condition. Which of study course it’s not. And they didn’t have the presence of head to place their Covid masks on.

San Diego’s Fox 5 claimed California Freeway Patrol officers had been creating down determining info relating to some of the cash-snatchers. 

A motorist named Travis Fisher told Fox 5 that at to start with he believed people today have been leaping from their cars and trucks to help an individual who was damage. Then, “I see all these factors floating all over and I comprehend it is funds. It was pretty nuts. Just everywhere you go, there was a sea of expenditures, all over the place.”