in #CASE you missed it… A Pepsi Warehouse Collapsed and Flooded a Town

in #CASE you missed it… A Pepsi Warehouse Collapsed and Flooded a Town

Floods are nothing new. Going to back to Biblical times we have heard about “the great flood”. Even recently we have heard of towns being flooded. Rain waters causing rivers to rise. Flash floods, it’s crazy.

However I don’t know if I have seen anything like this… In the small Russian town of  Lebedyan (pop. 22,850), a couple of hundred miles southwest of Moscow, the town was flooded not by rain or rising flood waters but instead it’s flooded by Pepsi Products!

Seems a Pepsi warehouses collapsed, triggering a quasi-Biblical flood of fruit juice through the streets.

The collapse caused thousands of gallons of orange, tomato, apple and other juices to leak and flow out into the nearby River Don. A video taken by a local citizen and published on the site of newspaper Moskovsky Komsolets showed the extent of the havoc.

 
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