Several Honda glove boxes were damaged when a semi driver lost part of his load on the west edge of Marysville Monday morning around 7:45.
The Marysville Post of the State Highway Patrol reports that Brian Napper, 43, of Columbus, was driving a 2013 Freightliner.
Napper lost part of his load after he turned left from the Route 36/4 exit onto Northwest Parkway.
Troopers report that 60-120 glove boxes were damaged after spilling onto the roadway.
It appears one of the ratchet handles that secures the load broke, which caused the glove boxes to roll backwards.
The loose contents caused the semi's rear doors to break free.
The glove boxes were packaged in wheeled pallets.
Napper was not injured. He was not cited.
He was hauling parts from Eaton to the Marysville Auto Plant.
The City of Marysville helped clean up the load.