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Transportation officials in Pennsylvania say this normally doesn't happen, but the ``squirrelly geometry'' configuration of a road helped lead a crew to paint a double-yellow line over a dead raccoon. A guy on a motorcycle snapped a photo of the paint job before it could be cleaned up.
PennDOT says a foreman usually clears away any dead critters before the stripes go down, but this truck didn't have a foreman.
You can read more by Tribune-Democrat reporter Josh Byers who broke this story and provided the photo.