The "Girls Gone Wild" crew have a wild crash in Ohio

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 4:23pm

DELAWARE, Oh (FOX44) - The production bus for the reality TV show, "Girls Gone Wild" lost part of its top near Columbus, Ohio.
The accident happened in Delaware, Ohio at a spot known as "The Can Opener."

The Central Avenue underpass is known for its low clearance and the number of trucks that have been damaged there.

The bus was in town recruiting participants for the "Girls Gone Wild" TV show.

There are blinking signs about a mile from the bridge as well as a number of posted signs warning drivers about the low clearance.

The "Girls Gone Wild" crew says it was raining at the time, and they did not see the signs.

The bridge scrapped off several air conditioning units on top of the bus and left a dent in the body of the bus.

City officials say it would cost tens of thousands of dollars to either raise the bridge or lower the road.

There are usually about four accidents a year at that bridge.

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