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Dozens of eggs along Fort Myers road cause drivers to scramble

FORT MYERS, Fla. – It’s a Florida story that’s hard to beat.

Emma Willis said: “I was here at this intersection and then I saw them all lining up right here.

She was driving down College Parkway at US 41 when she took pictures of dozens of eggs lying along the road.

By the time our cameras got there, they were gone.

“I wonder how long they were there? Why are they lining up there,” she said.

There are many unanswered questions. Who dropped the eggs and how were they left for the drivers to scramble?

Christina Ramirez-Gutierrez, who witnessed the eggs fall, said: “We saw a pallet of eggs fall from a flat platform and onto the middle of the road.

It’s almost like a rerun of poor Humpty Dumpty. They didn’t fall off the wall but a truck turning into the College Parkway.

Christina and her husband saw someone coming to clean up the mess, so they decided to do the same.

“When we got back, there was no truck,” Ramirez-Gutierrez said. “There’s nobody here, just a pallet of eggs in the middle of the street.”

Parked in the middle of the road, she hopes this is the best way to prevent a collision.

“Once they turned around and saw the pallet, trying to avoid it, they turned on each other,” she said.

She called 911, but a moment later a co-pilot arrived.

“He just said ‘Uhhhh, what’s going on here. I just said, “You won’t believe this story,” Ramirez-Gutierrez said.

They helped move the eggs to the side of the road before they were picked up.

https://nbc-2.com/news/local/2022/02/16/dozens-of-eggs-along-fort-myers-road-leaves-drivers-scrambling/ Dozens of eggs along Fort Myers road cause drivers to scramble

Tom Vazquez

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