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Money crashed on the highway due to an accident with a cash transport vehicle… “If you don’t give it back, I will sue you.”

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On the 19th (local time), a cash transport vehicle dropped a bag of money on a highway in California, USA, and a large number of banknotes were scattered on the road. The photo shows the scene of the accident in the video of a YouTuber who filmed the scene. [출처 = AP]

In California, a cash-transfer vehicle crashed and scattered cash on a highway. Highway Patrol and the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are threatening criminal charges if the money is not returned.
According to the Associated Press on the 20th (local time), a bag of money fell from a cash transport vehicle on a highway in Southern California on the morning of the 19th, and cash was scattered on the highway.
The vehicle was on a way to deliver cash to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from San Diego, but the accident occurred near Carlsbad, California. It is not known how many bills were scattered on the highway.
When drivers saw a lot of banknotes falling, they stopped their cars and started to pick up banknotes, causing chaos in the surrounding area.

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“One of the doors suddenly opened and a bag of cash fell,” said Sgt Curtis Martin of the California Highway Patrol.
The California Highway Patrol has asked for money back. The patrol officers arrested two people who picked up the banknotes at the scene, and said other people who picked up the money could also file criminal charges.
“There are a lot of videos of bystanders at the scene, and the patrols and the FBI are already investigating,” Martin said.
Local media outlet San Diego Union-Tribune reported that by afternoon that afternoon at least a dozen people had returned cash they had picked up by highway patrol patrols.
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