Georgia tractor-trailer crash unleashes 80,000 pounds of raw chicken causing 'hen-drance' on interstate
An accident on a Georgia highway involving a tractor-trailer and seven other vehicles caused 80,000 pounds of raw chicken to spill across the lanes.
How did the chicken cross the road? In suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, it fell out of an overturned tractor-trailer in a seven vehicle crash that launched 80,000 pounds of raw rotisserie chicken onto the highway.
Sandy Springs Police Department confirmed to FOX 5 Atlanta that the 18-wheel tractor-trailer was carrying 80,000 pounds of frozen rotisserie chicken when it crashed in a seven car pileup on I-285 at approximately 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
Police say there is also a fuel spill related to the crash.
SKYFOX 5 flew over the disastrous scene, and after the responding department worked around the ‘cluck’ two lanes of traffic were open by 8 p.m.
Responding emergency services were captured responding to the scene. Police did not confirm is anyone was injured during the accident.
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