Arkansas highway drenched in Fireball whiskey after fiery semi-truck crash
Fireball whiskey lined a freeway in Arkansas this week following a semi-truck crash, KATV reviews.
Two tractor-trailers collided Thursday on Interstate 40 in North Little Rock, inflicting one to spill masses of mini-bottles of the cinnamon-flavored alcohol.
The Arkansas Division of Transportation advised the station the crash befell at roughly 10:45 a.m.
“Looks as if we’ll be running this for some time,” the company commented on Twitter Thursday.
The company mentioned crews used a mechanical broom to brush the damaged bottles and different particles from the street.
State Division of Transportation spokesman Danny Straessle mentioned investigators are nonetheless having a look into the reason for the ruin, which ended in hours-long delays in each instructions.
He mentioned one truck’s cab stuck fireplace and a minimum of one individual used to be handled for non-life threatening accidents.
The Related Press contributed to this file.