Truck Carrying Masses of Toilet Paper Crashes in Texas and Spills All Its Contents

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Amid all the frenzied stockpiling emptying our supermarket’s shelves all over the world, many people are struggling to provide properly for their families.

An accident on a Texas interstate has helped open up the eyes of people up and down the country.

Keep scrolling for the full story including the devastating photographs from the scene.

It seems as though people aren’t understanding that simply buying a month’s worth of groceries won’t help you survive compared to other normal folks who have opted not to panic buy.

The issue seems to be getting worse.

And many have banned large and crowded events, and any travel to and from infected countries.

Leaving their streets completely deserted. And despite their conditions being more serious, they have not chosen to act selfishly.

Our first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Washington in late January after a citizen returned from a trip to China.

There have now been 199,273 more confirmed cases across the country and 4,375 deaths.

Many people in the States have been descending into mass hysteria over the risks the virus brings with it.

And millions all over the world have been self-isolating at home, in a last-ditch attempt to avoid catching the virus.

Things have started to get ridiculous.

In apocalyptic scenes all over the world, supermarkets have been overcrowded with people frantically stocking up on soaps, sanitizers, toilet rolls, canned goods, and other non-perishable foods.

Oh, alongside thirty cans of tomatoes. Because that makes total sense, right?

People have been literally emptying supermarkets’ shelves of their products, forcing large companies to put regulations in place to prevent people from buying too many things. Yeah, this is the world we’re currently living in.

And older, more vulnerable people who struggle to get to the supermarket have often been left with nothing to buy for themselves. Things need to change.

Many parents have found themselves struggling to provide for their children as a result of the frenzied stockpiling.

That those who need it the most are the ones who are left with nothing.

Mothers with no diapers. The elderly with no food. It just simply isn’t right.

Because of the mad rush, companies up and down the country have decided they need more products to fill their shelves.

The eighteen-wheeler was involved in an accident on the Texas interstate and immediately burst into flames afterward, destroying the precious contents of the truck.

The driver and his pet dog were both fine, but firefighters reported that everything was up in flames when they arrived on the scene.

And the entertainment industry has been also hit pretty badly, causing the industry as a whole to push back many major movie and TV show releases. Keep scrolling to find out which ones…