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On Wednesday, a lorry containing frozen pizzas shut down a busy Arkansas highway for over four hours while the delicious spill was cleared away.
Picture: Associated Press
According to the Associated Press, the crash occurred on Interstate 30, south of the Arkansas capital Little Rock.
No injuries have been reported from the incident.
An 18 wheeler was reportedly sliced open during the incident after it caught a bridge support, spilling the pizzas across the road.
The bridge was left undamaged from the incident.
The pizzas in question were made by DiGiorno and Tombstone, according to the Metro.
Images of the incident were made available by the Arkansas Department of Transportation.
Pulaski Co: Frozen pizza, anyone? No injuries but cleanup will take time. Expect delays #artraffic #arnews https://t.co/JBgvrNkNnZ — Arkansas Department of Transportation (@Arkansas Department of Transportation)
The social media team at the department have capitalised on the pun potential.
We need more dough FOR highways, not ON highways! Take our survey at https://t.co/VNGW3rVXfG and share your thought… https://t.co/DmPBjho18b — Arkansas Department of Transportation (@Arkansas Department of Transportation)
They clearly fell like dominos.
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