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It looks, if you halt it near the end, that it popped off the ball, so that's one problem that shouldn't have happened. The other is that I don't see any equalizer bars, so he/she was towing with only the ball connection, I think the equalizer hitch and anti-sway connections might have stopped the flip... Safety chains worked, kept the truck attached... But that had to put a lot of stress on the trailer...

Maybe they could flop it back on it's wheels... Imagine what it's like inside, dishes, food, bashed all over...

Spooky.. I tow a 28' trailer, but use equalizer & anti-sway... Nothing scary so far...
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