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Bud Light Truck Crashes Into Canal in Florida City

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Well, looks like someone is going to need the cool, smooth, relaxing taste of a Bud Light after this accident.

An 18-wheeler branded with Bud Light logos is currently floating in a canal way down in Florida City.

The incident apparently happened sometime this afternoon down in South Miami-Dade. The truck crashed through a guard rail and then ended up floating in the canal. Few other details, including the condition of the driver have not been released.

According to Local 10, a heavy-duty tow truck is preparing to lift the big rig out of the canal.

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