An “Oh, hey…” moment for the Colorado town of Wray on Monday: A grain bin full of wheat collapsed, spilling more than 2 million pounds of wheat onto town roads and dusting the nearby train tracks.
“It was popping and creaking, the old sounds of twisting, bending metal,” said Officer David Bellman, who responded to the call. “Finally, it just gave way and the center just blew out of it.”
A Wray police officer captured the image above.
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