By JAMES FRANKSTEIN Reporter/CorrespondentSeptember 29, 2018 08:09:27AMH-E (H-End) Express delivery companies are no strangers to the city.
And the H-End Express delivery truck may have been the latest to get its order to the doorstep.
The H-end Express was delivering about 1,500 boxes of hibachis in the morning on Friday when it suddenly got stuck on a bumpy road.
It was not the first H-e-B Express delivery of the day, as the company delivered about 100 boxes a day during the week.
The company did not immediately respond to questions from NBC4.
The H- End Express was going through a long and bumpy stretch of the Hwy.
29 near Interstate 80 when it crashed into a tree.
A video posted to Facebook shows the H1 and H2 buses approaching the vehicle as it is on the ramp.
The driver of the vehicle was uninjured.
H- End told NBC4 that they were making adjustments to the way they deliver orders.
It said it was on the right track and could be done tomorrow.
The driver of one of the buses was not injured and was working as a driver at the time of the crash.
The company said it will make repairs on the bus and that they will be out on the roads until Monday.