Tires, receiver hitches, planks of wood, pieces of metal, ladders, plastic bins, a sleeper cab to a pickup truck, antlers — they all formed a large pile on a construction site just southwest of Interstate 15.
The junk wasn’t thrown away. In fact, all of it came from the freeway.
“The sleeper came off of a truck,” said Joe Warnick. “Just middle of the road — left it.”
Warnick, Ames Construction traffic control manager, sifted Wednesday through the debris and unsecured loads that had been left behind along the five-mile I-15 Technology Corridor construction zone in Lehi over the past month.
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