This is so Boston.
Ask anyone else, anywhere else in the world what “storrowed” means and they will likely look at you like you made it up. Storrow Drive in Boston has been ripping the roof off vehicles and causing problems for motorist for years. Visitors seem to miss the clear signs that precede entering the overpass. In fact, trucks are not even allowed on Storrow Drive, because of the low clearance.
It happened again today, but thankfully no one was hurt in this incident. But the visual is jarring.
Truck roof sheared almost completely off in 'Storrowing' https://t.co/e0V9t13XYT— WCVB-TV Boston (@WCVB) August 4, 2021
According to the story above from WCVB, State police reported the truck was eastbound on Storrow Drive when it hit the overpass at Charles Circle and the right lane heading west was closed.