Needless to say, between black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the impending holidays, Amazon has seen an astounding boom in sales. But what happens after the "check out now" buttons are pressed, credit card numbers entered, and confirmation emails sent? Those packages, every single one of them, have to actually be *sent* to the people who ordered them. That means a lot of packages making the treacherous trek from Amazon warehouses to homes everywhere.

A few packages may take a while to arrive, as a delivery truck carrying Amazon packages crashed in Massachusetts Monday night, scattering precious parcels all along the roadway. Massachusetts State Police tweeted a summary of the accident:


There will likely be some hang ups in the delivery process, but luckily no serious injuries were reported, according to Channel 7 Boston.