The truck spilled 220 gallons of the breakfast sweet stuff on a main highway
Hey, where the french toast truck at?
On Monday afternoon, a truck carrying millions of pancakes worth of maple syrup sprung a leak in Keene, New Hampshire, according to The Associated Press.
The sticky breakfast condiment shifted during transport, causing it to seep out of the back of the truck and onto Route 101. About 220 gallons of syrup from Vermont escaped out of the tractor-trailer and onto the highway.
This sweet-smelling accident clogged up traffic for several hours while firefighters squeegeed the syrup off the road.
At least it’s better than bees. Come to think of it, Keene residents better watch out for buzzers with all that sweet stuff everywhere.