Headed to my terminal the other morning when I see lots of flashing lights up ahead, female cop motions me forward and asks, are you here to pick up the packages ? What I say as it is 5.00 am, no I am just headed to my terminal, well, you will have to go around then. Didn't register what she really meant till I got to FedEx home delivery and found out that not one but two sets of doubles decided to deliver their packages right there on America's highway. One had pulled off the road to help a stranded motorist, good deed I say, and then another came along seconds later, didn't see the car because it had no lights on at 4.00 am swerved to miss it and collided with the first truck turning both of them over. Lanes still closed 4 hours later. No fault of the first truck but the second should have seen the other truck as all trailer lights were on. For some, Christmas arrived in Sept. When I came back through 4 hours later, there were still some packages on the ground. I told my fellow drivers that if they were missing more than 5 packages on their scanner they would have to drive to the accident scene and look to see if they could find them. As a former long haul trucker, ask any driver who the number one company is for ending up in the comedian, its FedEx. Not hard to believe though when you see how these guys drive even in adverse conditions. When the drivers get their load late for whatever reasons they have to make up that time on the highway to get to the next terminal in time for sort. Fortunately no one was seriously hurt.