A car collided with a cement truck in upstate New York on Tuesday, spilling wet cement and injuring one. 

The accident happened on June 15th at around 1:30 p.m. in Schenectady, New York. 

According to The Daily Gazette, the car and cement truck collided at the intersection of Erie Boulevard and Seneca Street.

The truck struck the side of the car after the car pulled out in front of the moving rig. The collision caused wet cement to flow down the chute and onto the car before flowing out onto the roadway. 

The truck driver was not injured, but the motorist was transported from the scene on a stretcher. They are reported to have sustained only minor injuries. 

The incident is still under investigation.