An 18-wheeler containing DiGiorno and Tombstone frozen pepperoni pizzas scraped a bridge support and sliced open its trailer Wednesday, spilling the pies across Interstate 30 just south of Little Rock in Arkansas.
Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said the truck and a auto were both going west when the vehicles "sideswiped into each other", and the truck crashed. The result was a damaged trailer and the roadway dropped a huge number of boxes with the pizzas.
Danny Straessle from the Arkansas Department of Transportation said it had taken all afternoon to make a dent in the massive clean-up operation.
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A highway in Arkansas was forced to shut down for several hours after a truck crashed and dropped its load of frozen pizzas. Oh, and this video of tractors scooping up frozen pizzas off a highway.
"There's pizza sauce, there's cheese - you name it, it's out here all over the interstate", he said.
All lanes of traffic were reopened by 5:30 p.m., more than four hours after the crash.