Thousands of shoes tie up Miami freeway traffic
MIAMI (AP) State troopers are looking for a charity to take thousands of shoes that were dumped on a Miami expressway,
tying up rush hour traffic. Lt. Pat Santangelo says the Florida Highway Patrol received a call about the shoes Friday morning.
Santangelo says he's not sure where the shoes came from. There were no signs of a crash and no one stopped to claim them. He says he hopes someone will take them because he doesn't want to send them to the dump. Workers using a front-end loader and a dump truck were able to quickly clear at least one lane by sweeping all the shoes to shoulder, but delays were expected until they could all be removed. "LINK"
or maybe I should ask who broke into my house and cleaned out "The Wife's" closet.
How does anyone lose a thousand shoes and not realize it, or better yet 12 hours later not realize that the news report showing all these shoes scattered across the interstate are theirs.