I’m sure a lot of people the next morning woke up to flat tires due to those roofing nails being scattered all over the place.
Many years ago I was on my BMW motorcycle north of OK City on I-35 and was tailing a semi which was speeding a bit. I was in trail a hundred yards or so behind him.
Suddenly I start seeing something on the roadway and thought WTH? Too late I discovered a few bands which were holding pallets of bricks together and the truck was shedding bricks…
I cringed and started swerving all over trying to miss them. Per the usual I missed all but the last one which I hit square at about 65 MPH. The bike jumped up into the air and I thought it was all over. Luckily (and not due to riding skill…) I managed to coax the shaking bike over to the shoulder. I could see a lump on the side of the wheel about the size of m fist.
That turned out to be the inner tube ballooned out where the wheel rim was pushed back about 4 or 5 inches.
I let most of the air out and road it slowly 5 miles on the shoulder until I reached a gas station at an exit. I let all the air out then and managed to shove the tube back somewhat. A borrowed hammer pounded the rim back out (sort of) and the bike was somewhat rideable once I inflated it again although it was shaking fairly bad. It made the 150 miles back home anyway. The BMW dealer was all too happy to obtain my money for a new rim and spokes.