It's not every day you see a giant jack-o-lantern headed your way. But if you were on the streets of Peoria, Arizona, yesterday you would have seen the 350-pound inflatable Halloween pumpkin, too.
The enormous plastic gourd was strapped to the Peoria Sports Complex to advertise the Monster Bash. Strong winds ripped it off the heavy straps that kept it down, and the jack-o-lantern bounced down multiple lanes of traffic, crashing into street lights, before it came to a stop at a park.
Luckily no one was hurt. The pumpkin and street lights, though, did have to be repaired--and you can see why after watching this video showing the giant gourd's journey through the streets of Peoria.
RUNAWAY PUMPKIN: Halloween came early for Arizona drivers and pedestrians as a giant pumpkin rolled through a busy intersection.Posted by NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt on Friday, October 30, 2015
RUNAWAY PUMPKIN: Halloween came early for Arizona drivers and pedestrians as a giant pumpkin rolled through a busy intersection.
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