On the morning of December 24, a road traffic jam occurred in the city of Durgapur in West Bengal, India,media reported. But the reason for the congestion was not the car, but the traffic jam caused by a plane stuck under a bridge and filling the road.
As it is rare for such a large aircraft to get stuck under a bridge, the site has attracted a large number of local residents to stop and watch, which in turn has exacerbated road congestion.
The plane, an abandoned postal aircraft in India that entered service in 2007 and retired in 2018, was killed on the state secondary highway in the city of Durgapur. This time, the next disposal is carried out after being transported by road to another parking space.
At present, the local police have arrived at the scene, and informed the aircraft’s postal department officials for more details to confirm.
However, the plane was stuck under the bridge, which is nothing new. Similar incidents have occurred in our country. As early as October this year, in Harbin City, Dorry District Airport Road Tai’an Village Road section, a pull-up marked Airbus A320 dismantled aircraft fuselage, passing the Jinhe Bridge, the aircraft fuselage stuck under the bridge trapped.
The driver, after repeatedly confirming the distance between the fuselage and the bottom of the bridge, put some gas on the tires of the large truck. Several subsequent reverse scars were carried out, and the plane and the van managed to escape and did not damage the bridge.
Looking back on the Indian plane trapped at the bottom of the bridge, the staff can learn the Chinese driver’s practice, to the trailer tires, reduce the height of the vehicle, perhaps can be directly passed.