That happened early this morning. Road still closed, because obviously, they need to repair the road surfacing. The commute tomorrow morning will be fun for quite some people - it's the German A 1 near Dortmund. So glad I don't come into my workplace from another town.
Nah, what you do is look at it, shrug, realise you are gonna be home very late, get some coffee, wait for the cops, then watch them deal with the situation, usually in the worst way possibleI can see the trucker hopping out, seeing the crucibles leaking, and saying, "Fuuuucccccckkkkk."
Those pots are combined transport and tipping containers, likely delivered from a recycling smelting plant to the casting plant. That way you don't need to re-heat the recycled metal for casting, often don't even need a furnace at the casting plant - and the recycling plant can deliver its metal to loads of casters without having to cast to the destination shape on site. You save lots of energy through not melting it twice, and the casting plant doesn't have to comply with furnace regulations.What industry needs to transport molten aluminum to its destination before casting?