If you don't get your Sunday edition of The New York Times this week, there's a reason for that.
A truck carrying tens of thousands of The New York Times overturned on a Pennsylvania highway ramp on Thursday, WPVI-TV reported.
New York Times vice president of corporate communications Eileen Murphy told The Huffington Post in an email that the driver experienced just minor injuries, but "is still awaiting some test results."
The truck was on its way to Philadelphia and contained some 19,000 advance copies of Sunday's paper, Murphy said. The accident occurred around 5:30 a.m., blocking a Schuylkill Expressway exit ramp for several hours.
— Jason Miles (@JMilesWMC) December 4, 2014