Highway Cookie Dough Spill Spreads Sweet Stuff On Street
A truck carrying cookie dough created a sticky situation when it lost some of its load on a North Carolina highway.
Pender County officials tell news outlets the truck's cargo was sent onto U.S. Route 17 northeast of Wilmington near the New Hanover-Pender County line. The spill happened shortly before noon Tuesday and delayed traffic into the evening rush hour.
Firefighters posted a photo on Facebook of the more than a dozen yellow containers on their sides.
An official told The StarNews of Wilmington the load could've been waste that was thrown away. The News & Observer reports temperatures were around 80 F (27 C) so it's unlikely the dough would've baked on the road anyway.
It is unclear where the truck came from or where it was going.