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    Rick Littlefield, left, and Tony Kimball carry one of 140 crates of live lobster from an overturned tractor trailer into another truck at the scene of an accident where wind was a factor in the southbound lane of I-95 in Benton Wednesday morning, March 18, 2015.

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    This tractor trailer loaded with live lobster overturned in strong winds on I-95 in Benton.

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    A truck carrying 30,000 pounds of lobsters overturned on Interstate 95 in Benton early Wednesday.

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    The operator of this equipment removes snow from the rear of an overturned tractor trailer so workers could remove the lobster inside and eventually upright the rig after it left I-95 in Benton on Wednesday.

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    A truckload of lobster rolled over on Interstate 95 at around midnight on Wednesday after wind-driven show caused whiteout conditions.

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    A truck carrying 30,000 pounds of lobsters overturned on Interstate 95 in Benton early Wednesday.

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    Workers transfer a load of live lobsters from an overturned truck to another truck in Benton on Wednesday.

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    Banjo with Chris Michaud, parts manager at Boulet’s Truck Service in Fairfield, is watching the dog for the day. Banjo is the dog from this morning’s lobster truck accident and is owned by Horst Puff, the driver of truck. Banjo landed on Puff’s chest in the accident. Staff photo by Amy Calder

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