Truck overturns on Poland highway spilling tons of chocolate

Truck overturns on Poland highway spilling tons of chocolate

Truck overturns on Poland highway spilling tons of chocolate

The truck, carrying a shipment of liquid chocolate, overturned on a highway in Poland, spreading six lanes with a sugary sludge.

"It will take several hours", local firefighter chief Bogdan Kowalski told TVN24 television.

Making matters worse, the chocolate hardened as the temperature cooled. "It will take a few hours or more", she said about the cleanup.

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According to Kukawka, the truck belonged to a company from the south of Poland, and the driver - thought to be aged around 60 - was being treated for minor injuries.

A cleaning crew armed with shovels, an excavator, and hot water-pressure washers began chipping away at the chocolate that turned rock solid in the open air. "It looks like a huge chocolate bar", he added.

The busy A2 highway links Poznan and Warsaw together, though today's morning commute was disrupted when a truck carrying 12 tons of liquid chocolate tipped over.

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Even though no one was hurt in the accident, our heart is still breaking for the loss of this delicious dessert.

Think about how hard it is to get chocolate out of clothing.

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