A dramatic video posted on social media shows a bloodied man taking a nine-mile ride on the hood of a tractor-trailer traveling northbound on Florida's Interstate 95 turnpike on Saturday. The video, which was shot by another motorist, shows the driver of the tractor-trailer trying to wiggle the unidentified man off its hood as it sped down the highway.According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the incident began with an unidentified man driving southbound on I-95 when he stopped his vehicle at an exit ramp and started walking along the highway.He crossed a median onto the northbound I-95 lanes, causing traffic to slow down. The man allegedly jumped on the hood of a passing tractor-trailer and "began striking the windshield with his hands.""He was banging on the windshield with his hands, and with his forehead," said Florida Highway Patrol lieutenant Yanko Reyes to the South Florida Sun Sentinel.Reyes said the driver of the tractor-trailer "pretty much freaked out" and just kept driving.After a nine-mile ride, a Florida Highway Patrol officer stopped the truck and apprehended the man.Officers took the man who had been clinging onto the truck into custody. No other injuries were reported.Click for more FreightWaves articles by Noi Mahoney.More articlesSurvey highlights China's dominance of rare earth metals Arkonik Ltd. launches North American headquarters in South CarolinaContinental to lay off 2,000 as it closes Mexican factorySee more from Benzinga * Infrastructure Investment Firms Reportedly Eye Kansas City Southern * Ports Continue Preparing For Tropical Storm Isaias (With Forecast Video) * Electric Pickup Maker Lordstown Motors Going Public In Reverse Merger(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
A U.S. judge on Monday voided parts of a Trump administration rule that restricted paid sick leave and emergency family leave for potentially millions of workers affected by the coronavirus. Ruling in a case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James, U.S. District Judge Paul Oetken in Manhattan said the Department of Labor overstepped its authority in denying eligibility for benefits to several groups of workers. The rule was adopted in April to implement the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which made as many as 61 million employees eligible for up to two weeks of paid sick leave and 12 weeks of mostly paid emergency family leave.
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