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Minn. semi-truck driver given multiple citations after attempting to haul oversized shed down gravel road

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PENNINGTON COUNTY, Minn. - As it turns out, you can’t drive a massively wide shed down a rural Minnesota road without proper permits and expect to get away with it.

That is the case for a semi-truck driver near Thief River Falls who was attempting to haul a 36-foot-wide shed down a gravel road Sunday, Nov. 19, without proper permits or an escort vehicle.

As a result, a Pennington County sheriff’s deputy was forced to call in a state trooper to come to the scene to help navigate proper commercial vehicle laws, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

The trooper then cited the driver of the semi-truck for various violations, according to state patrol, but did not state what specific violations the driver was cited for.

Ross Torgerson

Digital Reporter for Forum Communications. Native of Moorhead, Minn. Have a question or story idea? Email me at rtorgerson@forumcomm.com. Follow me on Twitter @RossTorgerson