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That's one way to hitch a ride. During an afternoon commute on I-93 in Massachusetts, two teenage boys were spotted clinging to the back of a tractor trailer. The pair didn't seem too concerned as they traveled at highway speeds.

CBS Boston reports police are disappointed in commuters. Hundred of drivers must have seen the boys, several managed to take photographs and video, yet no one called police. Drivers reportedly caused pandemonium on the road trying to get the trucker's attention. He eventually slowed down, allowing the boys to make a quick escape. Police ask that next time commuters think about safety, rather than their social network feeds, when they see danger on the roadways.


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      • 1 Year Ago
      The only reason the police seems to be furious is because they couldn't fine the driver or whoever they were gonna take charge, the police just didn't get their cut. Oh well.
      belldn3
      • 1 Year Ago
      wtf
      dkp50
      • 1 Year Ago
      Oh Please- During Rush Hour.doing what 25-30 MPH? Whoppie Do! Ever hear of going Skitchin! In the Winter behind cars? And Hook up a tobbagon to the car and do 40 mph? Just glad they didn't slip and Fall onto someone's Car hood.. and then bounced off and ran off.. Ever try doing above 10 mph in LA? or Chicago Xways? during Prime time? Good Luck !
      zorro205
      • 1 Year Ago
      those two are off there rockers very dangerous if they fell they could have caused a gib traffic backup and a lot of damage to cars and then lets see they could have gotten killed now that is stupid
      Malinda Wilson Smith
      The government doesn't want us to believe we can take care of ourselves a lot more than they tell us. We can work as a community and help when we see others in trouble. It is something to be applauded, not disdained. It is by connecting with others we change the vibe between us. Helping someone in what was obviously a bad idea turning into a worse one, people stopped the truck and the kids got off safely. American people there - DONE.
      cwnelson1
      • 1 Year Ago
      How do you know if you will get an honest police officer or a sex thug cop who will never be disciplined for criminal acts against the public he or she is supposed to protect?. Best not to get involved at all...that's what some of us say anyway.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @cwnelson1
        ******* Ostrich...go bury your useless head in the sand...
      Dave PSH
      • 1 Year Ago
      I like that citizen dude.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Why call the police? Then they'd be beaten, tased, arrested, jailed and on and on. No, you see people don't like, trust, or respect police anymore- they lost that trust and we have no faith in them. At least on the back of the trailer they had a chance to live. With police, unlikely. Peace.
      • 1 Year Ago
      It is illegal to use a cell phone, in a car, in you are the driver...Possibly no passanger had a phone, though this sounds doubtful
      • 1 Year Ago
      It,s soo not fair ( or correct) to say " nobody did anything " if that were true, how would we have the photos and videos geesh .obviously a few people did something
        chasesea
        • 1 Year Ago
        Yes, useless stuff that most people do today. You are correct.
      Brightalchemy
      • 1 Year Ago
      Really what were the police going to do-of course this was dangerous-but then again as the reporter was driving and looking down at his camera taking his eyes off the road goes to show that he was just as dangerous, common sense is no longer common sense.
      kcampo6453
      • 1 Year Ago
      As long as the truck wasn't speeding the troopers would never see it.
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