A highway in Arkansas was shut down for four hours so crew could clean up a pizza mess.
An 18-wheeler carrying Di Giorno and Tombstone frozen pizzas reportedly crashed into an overpass in its path at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday, causing the highway to be shut down.
PIZZA! Here's another vantage point of the accident on I-30 near the Mabelvale overpass. (pics courtesy: Omeed Esfandi) #ARtraffic #ARNews pic.twitter.com/4pPEuWBR5q
— Mitchell McCoy (@MitchellMcCoy) August 9, 2017
Danny Straessle, a spokesman for the agency, told The Associated Press all damage to the overpass was merely cosmetic.
No one was injured in the crash, though Straessle noted there were “Lots of pizza fatalities.”
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It's not delivery, it's (1,000) DiGiourno! Crews scoop up pepperoni pies plastered on I-30 #ARNews pic.twitter.com/2SV9JdLqg1
— Emma Pettit (@EmmaJanePettit) August 9, 2017
Hundreds of frozen pizzas left on highway after truck crashes https://t.co/nBLUI3xtw5 via @mashable
— Arkansas DOT (@myARDOT) August 10, 2017