SEGUIN, Texas -- The nation's fastest highway already has a problem.
Police dashcams have captured images of the hogs running along the new stretch of State Highway 130, which runs from Seguin to just south of Austin. The toll road opened Wednesday and has a speed limit of 85 miles per hour.
Three cars have crashed into packs of wild hogs along the 41-mile stretch, according to NBC station in Austin. No one has been seriously hurt.
The feral hog population is a big problem in Caldwell county. Local officials are hoping the Texas Department of Public Safety will put up road signs, warning people about the animals crossing the road.