Truck overturns, spilling tons of melted chocolate

Truck overturns, spilling tons of melted chocolate

Truck overturns, spilling tons of melted chocolate

A confectionary tanker carrying about 12 tons of chocolate overturned on a motorway between Slupca and Wrzesnia in Poland on Wednesday.

Social media footage showed all four lanes of the highway connecting Warsaw to the City of Poznan covered in the confectionary.

Drivers were faced with an almighty but tasty mess on a highway in Poland after a lorry spilled tonnes of chocolate when it overturned.

"The cooling chocolate is worse than snow", senior firefighter Bogdan Kowalski said. The driver was hospitalised with a broken arm.

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The tanker flipped over and landed across the road with its contents covering six lanes of traffic, blocking vehicles from passing in both directions. The liquid chocolate began to harden which made cleaning up more hard, said the local authorities.

A firefighter attending the scene told TVN24 that chocolate is a more unsafe hazard than snow on a road.

Officials said large quantities of water would be required to clear the liquid chocolate off the road. Firefighters have been called to the place to deal with the chocolate.

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