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Semi splashes syrup onto Buttermilk Pike -- really

June 11, 2012

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Cleanup crews needed more than knives and forks to clear a mess made by a semi that sideswiped a barrier on Interstate 71 and 75 in Fort Mitchell, Ky., just south of Cincinnati.


As reported by WCPO-TV News, the semitrailer was carrying boxed bottles of Hungry Jack pancake syrup, which were strewn over a stretch of highway called Buttermilk Pike.

Take a look at the mess here.

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Tom Berg

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Journalist since 1965, truck writer and editor since 1978. CDL-qualified; conducts road tests on new heavy-, medium- and light-duty tractors and trucks. Specializes in vocational and hybrid vehicles.

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