Lorry carrying tonnes of lager sheds load on motorway

A lorry carrying more than 20 tonnes of lager has shed its load in West Lothian.

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Police were called to the incident close to junction four of the M8 this afternoon after a lorry carrying 21 tonnes of beer shed its load.

Officers helped collect more than 40 kegs of beer at the side of the motorway.

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In a tweet, Police Scotland said it was “thirsty work” for the officers on one of the hottest days of the year.

They said: “We attended a call near Junction 4 of the M8 where a toddy had shed its load - 21 tonnes of lager.

“Ironically it was thirsty work for all those involved clearing the road.”

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