Imagine, if you will, a scorched Earth. A vast wasteland bereft of all life, whether by climate catastrophe or by nuclear war or by the inevitable evolution of our sun into its next phase of life as a red giant. Imagine the entirety of the planet reduced to rubble and dirt and sand and ash. Imagine that nothing stands on the face of the planet. Nothing except the Montague Street Bridge. When everything else has been pulverised and irradiated and exploded and burnt beyond recognition, that invincible bastard of a bridge will be the only thing left.

Possibly the only issue which you could describe us as having covered rigorously, we pay close attention to the ceaseless bloodthirsty actions of the Montague Street Bridge, hoping to maybe learn something that we can pass on to future generations, to help them in their struggle against it. Despite every conceivable attempt to warn drive offers, the Montague Street Bridge continues to strike like clockwork (if a clock went off at random intervals, to surprise you). Unfortunately, it has struck again, this time setting its sights on a rental truck.

The truck managed to get quite firmly lodged underneath the bridge at about 4pm, with the aerodynamic top seemingly allowing it to make it some distance before it was clamped to the earth.

It has been a mere 15 days since the last time the bridge claimed a victim, yet another in a series of literally hundreds of these incidents.

Look, at this point it’s probably just easier to knock the bridge down.

Image: Twitter / CrStuartJames