When a semi truck carrying an oversized load tried going under a bridge, a box inside the truck spilled over onto the highway.
No one was injured but its making some davenport drivers nervous on the roads.
Shannon medina was traveling with her mom and two kids when the truck accident forced her to stop.
"We're at a standstill and we want to get to the store," says Shannon Medina, a Davenport Driver.
When she saw the truck and found out the driver was on a road not big enough for it, she though about what could have happened if she was behind that truck.
"My child's safety and why are they traveling like that," says Medina.
No one was injured in the accident, but a semi coming from behind slammed into the dropped container. Medina told CBS 4, trucks on the highway should be regulated so accidents like this don't happen.
"They should stop and get checked and I think that should be mandatory. There should be set standards for all truckers," says Medina.
Iowa State Patrol says they are looking into the driver, but for now, folks can do their part to make sure roads are safe.
"If people are traveling around over sized vehicles, increase your following distance. Makes a huge difference and if you don't have to pass them, if they are traveling the speed limit, keep your distance because if it hits something like this or if it loses control because of a slick spot or whatever, it's an awful big output traveling at a pretty good rate of speed to try to avoid," says Trooper Dan Loussaert, Iowa State Patrol.
By noon, I-80 was completely cleared off and drivers carried on as usual.