Sabtu, 03 Desember 2011

Mucky mess on the highway

The number of calls from drivers claiming that their vehicles were caught in the sticky mess on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last week was about 500 Tuesday, said an official toll.

From Wednesday to Monday morning, the center of the customer support of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, 465 calls from people who say they received "affected by this catastrophe," said spokesman Bill Capone Commission.
Motorists who come to the Commission is to call Travelers Insurance, Capone said, because it is the processing of applications for transport services in Marin Stevensville, Maryland, the company that the truck that fled the owner as much as 5000 gallons of asphalt coverage along 38 miles east of Turnpike in Big Beaver Cranberry November 22.

Capone said motorists called passengers are told to file a complaint with the insurance company, instead of pursuing claims on their own passengers. Capone said he did not know how many claims filed, or the total number of directors may be directly affected because some travelers have called the toll of the Commission without notice.
All drivers with damaged vehicles and miles of mud, the unfortunate answer travelers should contact the Commission said Al Capone. "We want to know," he said.
Centre of the commission of customer support can be contacted at (800) 331-3414 hours 8:30-17
In addition, Al Capone said there are no permanent damage to the toll.
State police said the truck driver could be accused of not one to suffer.

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