PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. - Thousands of Amazon packages sit at a Central Arkansas tow yard nearly a week after the truck hauling the load crashed.
A trailer holding the packages is stored at Lucky's Tow and Recovery for now.
We're told the crash happened over the weekend when the 18-wheeler carrying the Amazon load crashed into the side of Interstate 30 near Arch Street and landed in a swamp below.
Workers salvaged what they could. Some boxes reportedly broke open...revealing things like markers, books and food that were inside.
Labels on the packages show that most of them were heading to different parts of Tennessee.
Workers tell us they’ve reached out to Amazon, but they have not yet heard back from representatives.
The tow company's policy is if something is left here 45 days, they go through the legal process of owning it.
Workers aren’t sure yet if they will do that with these packages.
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