A truck driver was ordered to pay a fine in response to a wreck that spilled a load of milk in Ohio last week. 

The accident happened on September 22nd in Youngstown, Ohio, but the driver was not ordered to pay his fine until Friday, September 30th. 

According to WFMJ News, 25-year-old Taha Broome was cited for failure to control his vehicle after crashing a Dean’s Dairy semi truck on Interstate 680 northbound between South Avenue and Market Street. No one was seriously hurt.

In court, Broome was cited for failure to control his vehicle and ordered to pay a $20 fine for the accident and a $79 cost to the court. 

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