Are there monkeys on the loose in Danville, Pennsylvania?

Are there monkeys on the loose in Danville, Pennsylvania?

January 31, 2022

On January 21, 2022 a truck carrying around 100 monkeys crashed in Danville, Pennsylvania.

The truck made a vehicle-on-vehicle collision with another truck in Montour County.

Are there monkeys on the loose in Danville, Pennsylvania?

It was reported that at the time of the crash at least three of the monkeys escaped the vehicle.

The truck was transporting the monkeys to a lab according to Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Andrea Pelachick.

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Residents who have seen any of the missing monkeys are being encouraged by local authorities to call state police.

At this time it is not known if any people or animals were hurt in the crash.

How have local residents responded?

Locals to the area of the crash responded with shock to the news of monkeys loose in Danville.

One Twitter user seemed amused, "Monkeys can go anywhere. Omg lol monkeys are on the loose."

Another user expressed shock and concern, "why is there a truck carrying monkeys??? And those poor ones that got loose will never survive this cold. D*mn"

Popular Twitter account Barstool sports updated their followers, "A Truck Carrying Roughly ONE HUNDRED Monkeys Was Involved In A Crash In Pennsylvania; Four Monkeys Remain On The Loose."

A user responded to this saying, "For him to tell me that @barstoolsports on Twitter was reporting that on I-80 A tractor trailer transporting 100 monkeys had been crashed into and four monkeys were on the loose causing over an hour delay #wtf my big question is what the f*ck are we transporting 100 monkeys for?"

It was revealed by Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Andrea Pelachick that the monkeys were on the way to a lab and at least three of the monkeys escaped upon crash.

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