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Lucky ‘cash storm' victims risk charges after armored truck loses $175K on Georgia highway (VIDEOS)

Added 07-10-19 06:37:02pm EST - “An armored vehicle belonging to GardaWorld Corp. popped a door and spilled over $175,000 onto an highway outside Atlanta, Georgia, causing stunned motorists to drop everything and grab some of the flying money for themselves.” - Rt.com


Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Rt.com: “Lucky ‘cash storm’ victims risk charges after armored truck loses $175K on Georgia highway (VIDEOS)”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

One video posted on Twitter shows cars stopping in the middle of Interstate 285 as their occupants wasted no time taking advantage of the situation. Another shows a line of cars pulled over – on the shoulder, this time – their owners bending down to grab bills flying through the air. Amazingly, no crashes or injuries (or fights) were reported.

BREAKING NEWS in Atlanta America : An Armored truck’s doors opened on 285 EB/Ashford Dunwoody. Money spilled all over the highway. Passengers are out picking up hundreds of 1 dollar bills flying all over the highway. First world problems. Must be nice. pic.twitter.com/Ytk0UgWTcf

The Dunwoody Police Department warned that it would be using video of the Tuesday evening incident to track down the lucky Atlantans through their license plate numbers and begged the beneficiaries of the “isolated cash storm” to return the money.

Honesty is the best policy. Some people have been returning the money that fell from an armored car on I-285 last night. We salute you for doing the right thing. @DunwoodyPolice#Dunwoodypic.twitter.com/twHRAdtA1l

“What we’re asking the public to do is bring the money back, don’t make us come looking for you, because if we do that, you will probably be charged,” Dunwoody Police Sgt. Robert Parsons said. At least two people reportedly turned in their bounty on Wednesday – some of it, at least.


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