CLARK COUNTY, Ind. — A tanker truck spilled hot sauce on an Indiana highway on March 16, in what may be a tragedy for those who love some extra heat with their food.
Firefighters with the Monroe Township Fire Department (MTFD) were called to a semi tanker leaking hot sauce along an Interstate 65 on-ramp near Henryville, according to Firehouse.com.
Another tanker truck eventually arrived, and its crew assisted with the clean up, transferring the spicy liquid from the leaking container to the fully-sealed unit.
The scene was eventually cleared “without any of the runaway sauce for the next taco-Tuesday,” the MTFD said in a Facebook post.
Officials from the Clark County Health Department were on-scene to monitor the cleanup. There were no injures, and authorities didn’t say what caused the leak.
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