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Heavy Duty Towing Effort to Pickup Watermelons

Heavy Duty Towing Team Needed for Overturned Melon Truck

It appears that Mission Wrecker is becoming no stranger to heavy duty towing jobs necessitated by melon spills. Recently, we were at it again, providing assistance for a trailer rollover that made a mess of the fruit. Thankfully, this is a heavy duty towing recovery we’ve seen before and are comfortable handling.Mission Wrecker received a call for heavy duty towing help for a trailer rollover. We immediately dispatched a team to recover the truck and clean up the mess. Upon our arrival at the scene, Mission Wrecker was met with a sticky situation.A trailer loaded to the brim with watermelons and cantaloupes overturned on an elevated bridge deck. The fruit rolled, splattered, and spilled all over the roadway in Downtown San Antonio. After a quick assessment and effective collaboration with the Texas Department of Transportation and the San Antonio Fire Department, the heavy duty towing team got to work.Using a medium duty rollback, we secured the one ton pickup truck. Then, with a fifty ton heavy duty wrecker, we righted the tandem axle gooseneck dump trailer. The Texas Department of Transportation supplied front loaders and a dump truck to collect the loose fruit. Meanwhile, the San Antonio Fire Department scraped the smushed melons off the road and sprayed down the remaining mess to clear the road.After approximately two hours, the watermelons and cantaloupes were rounded up, the road hosed clean, and traffic reopened. Mission Wrecker demonstrated our learned expertise from the previous watermelon heavy duty towing job. Special thanks goes out to the Texas Department of Transportation and the San Antonio Fire Department for their help. 
Big Mess of Watermelons for Heavy Duty Towing
Big Mess of Watermelons for Heavy Duty Towing
Heavy Duty Towing Wrecker Uprights Semi on Highway
Heavy Duty Towing Wrecker Uprights Semi on Highway
Heavy Duty Towing Effort to Pickup Watermelons
Heavy Duty Towing Effort to Pickup Watermelons

Details of Heavy Duty Towing Team of Overturned Melon Truck

Mission Wrecker recently received another call for help with heavy duty towing melon woes. Thankfully, the prior overturned watermelon truck prepared us to offer the professional heavy duty towing services for which we are known. After receiving the call, we immediately dispatched a heavy duty towing team to the scene to assess the situation and recover the truck. The heavy duty towing team found a sticky mess when they arrived at the elevated bridge deck in the middle of Downtown San Antonio. A truck filled with watermelons and cantaloupes overturned, unleashing countless melons onto the roadway. Our heavy duty towing team immediately got to work. The heavy duty towing team assessed the premises and quickly collaborated with the Texas Department of Transportation and the San Antonio Fire Department to determine the best approach. With a medium duty rollback, the heavy duty towing team righted the one-ton pickup truck. Next, the heavy duty towing team used a fifty ton heavy duty wrecker to upright the tandem axle gooseneck dump trailer. With ease, the heavy duty towing team had both pieces of the unit back on four wheels. Thankfully for the heavy duty towing team, the Texas Department of Transportation brought in front loaders and a dump truck to collect the watermelons and cantaloupe that had rolled loose.The San Antonio Fire Department helped the heavy duty towing team by scraping the crushed melons from the road and using their hoses to spray the sticky fruit off of the road. In a matter of two hours, the heavy duty towing team had the truck righted, all of the melons rounded up, the road cleaned, and traffic reopened. Fortunately, our prior experience with watermelon heavy duty towing jobs proved helpful for handling this heavy duty towing recovery. Mission Wrecker sends special thanks to the Texas Department of Transportation and the San Antonio Fire Department for their help.