Overturned tractor-trailer spills syrup onto Pennsylvania highway
Road crews in Pennsylvania were left dealing with a sticky situation when two tractor-trailers collided under a highway overpass, causing one to spill its load of syrup.
Reports indicate one of the trucks jackknifed around 1 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 476 in West Conshohocken and collided with another truck underneath the overpass near Matsonford road.
The tractor-trailer carrying a load of syrup ended up on its side, spilling the sticky substance onto the roadway.
Crews were summoned to the scene to clean up the mess. No injuries were reported.