I-80 slowed after semi-truck spills ketchup on Roadway

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Updated: 2/28/2013 9:30 pm
UPDATE:  The highway is now fully opened.

RENO, Nev. (KRNV & Mynews4.com) -Traffic is down to one lane on both sides of I-80 at Robb Dr. after a Semi-truck carrying bottles of ketchup hit the Robb Dr. bridge and spilled ketchup over on the roadway.

Road crews are cleaning up the scene and traffic is slowed down on both sides.
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Kramer - 3/2/2013 2:12 PM
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to the nitwit who said that the spill "over on" the roadway was all he needed to 'get it': it's "onto", not "on". This is 7th grade English, which seems somehow highbrow enough for knuckle-draggin' NV4 viewers (and editors)

Kramer - 3/1/2013 11:59 AM
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Using insults isn't merely "lame", it's one sign of a malignant attitude. U could have just pointed out the supposed "information" in so many words. The lack of reporting skills is worth pointing out. The gist of the story is clear from inference but the facts are muddled. Try "Truck hits overpass, I-80 slowed". That isn't a confounded bridge! Your meat-clever tirade/phony praise for the local dumb-down media belies a gullible and clueless mindset. If a communications major isn't to be edited, comments like yours are just roosters in a cockfight.

Sierra11 - 2/28/2013 6:52 PM
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Hey Kramer! Lighten up, I read the story once, and understood it completely. I am thankful News4 does such a great job getting us the local news quickly. Criticizing and whining about punctuation, or the occasional spelling error is really lame!

Kramer - 2/28/2013 5:59 PM
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NV 14 is about the grade level of whomever they hired to breathlessly "report" this "breaking news". more like breaking wind when reno slanderers get fired up. Won't sink to your level, Peabrain

Kramer - 2/28/2013 5:57 PM
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Nevada 14: U R incorrect, sir. The article is written with incomplete terms that are in disagreement with even high school English. This is like posting "yield" After the merge. You launch into insults and so on unnecessarily, indicating your simpleton NV education. I am not arguing the meager facts presented, but the confusing and less-than-clear syntax, etc. How do U say "Semi"? The "highway conditions" report is mere rote (that's parrot-speak 2 U). The story does not clearly state what occurred, it merely regurgitates some info in a disjointed fashion. Wash your mouth out with soap, bub. NV school-yard bully calls folks names, doesn't care about being accurate. Nice mess U leave.

Nevada14 - 2/28/2013 4:56 PM
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Hey dum dum Kramer!!! Do you have all day to complain about a story? You might be a good writer but you cant read for S*:T. If you read it again, is states "Traffic is down to one lane on both side of I-80 "at" Robb Drive." That means that the incident has occurred "on" Interstate 80 "at" the Robb Drive Exit. "Catsup!!!!" Nice spelling...Kramer. Learn to read AND write before posting such a dum comment.

Kramer - 2/28/2013 3:55 PM
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the writing in this report needs clean-up!! Then we can make jokes, until then this is PATHETIC POOR WRITING. "hit the top of the bridge" how?? Should be bottom of the overpass (i guess-NV4, Y R U reporting?!) Catsup spilled "over on the roadway" not even sensical, sounds like slosh-over. Which roadway? Robb or I-80? "semi" is descriptive enough. have U heard? only 'Realtor' and 'Dumpster' are supposed to be capitalized. Need to get your Semi-colon checked...

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