Cash rains down on California freeway; CHP, FBI seek to identify drivers who took it
California drivers race to grab cash that rains down on freeway
A large amount of cash flew out of an armored truck and rained down on I-5 in Carlsbad, California, Friday morning, prompting drivers to stop their cars and race to pick up the money.
Authorities in Southern California are looking for the drivers who were seen grabbing large amounts of cash that rained down on a freeway Friday morning after the money fell out of an armored truck.
California Highway Patrol (CHP) troopers responded just after 9 a.m. to calls about drivers stopping in the middle of I-5 in Carlsbad to pick up "a large sum on money" that fell into the roadway, FOX5 San Diego reported.
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The CHP and FBI have released images taken from several social media videos to determine the identities of those believed to have taken the cash.
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