A load of chicken guts was dumped across a highway after the semi truck hauling them was cut off by a motorist on Monday.
The accident happened at around 1:35 p.m. in Queensland, Auatralia.
According to The Guardian, the truck driver slammed on their brakes to avoid another vehicle that had cut them off, sending the chicken parts catapulting over the side of the trailer and slathering the truck cab and highway below with the residue.
That's offal! A clean up is underway at the intersection of the Mt Lindesay Hwy and Camp Cable Rd at Jimboomba after a truck carrying chicken guts lost its load following a collision. The road is slippery so please take care while @QldFES clean up the mess.— RACQ (@RACQOfficial) April 19, 2021
📸Kelly Ratallack pic.twitter.com/4Uj6qQeh6s
A portion of the Mt. Lindesay Highway was shut down for three hours as crews worked to clear the mess.
‘I didn’t see exactly what happened but it’s horrendous and hilarious at the same time,’ said a witness to the incident.
The truck driver was transported to a hospital for injuries sustained in the wreck. They are reportedly in stable condition.
There's an offal mess on the Mt Lindesay Highway south of Brisbane after a truck carrying chicken guts lost its load just after 1pm today. QFES are on scene cleaning up the mess and traffic control is in place. Please drive carefully, the road is slippery #qldtraffic pic.twitter.com/Bg075yUaqh— RACQ (@RACQOfficial) April 19, 2021
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