Truck carrying liquid chocolate overturns in Poland, road becomes sticky mess


A confectionary tanker carrying about 12 tons of chocolate overturned on a motorway between Slupca and Wrzesnia in Poland on Wednesday. The road also connects the major cities of Poznan and Warsaw.

- After flipping over, the tanker came to rest across lanes, blocking traffic in both directions, police said. No one was gravely injured as a result of the accident, but the driver of the lorry was taken to hospital with a broken arm.

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According to the manufacturer, spilled chocolate is more hard to remove than oil and needs to be shifted gradually using pressurised hot water.

"The chocolate congeals on the pavement, and it's worse than snow", one member of the fire brigade on site told local broadcaster TVN24.

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Authorities said spilled chocolate is more hard to remove than oil, and needs to be shifted gradually using pressurized hot water. How do you clear 24 tonnes of chocolate from a road?

On top of that, apparently some drivers made a decision to drive through the chocolate before the highway was closed, spreading it out further still. "It will take a few hours or more".

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