DALLAS — Thirty thousand pounds of eggs were scrambled Monday morning, May 16, when the tractor-trailer carrying them crashed on Interstate 30 near Dallas.
WFAA reports that the tractor-trailer crashed in the westbound lanes of I-30 justbefore the I-45 interchange. Hundreds of eggs were cracked open in the crash, spilling across the highway, and dozens of boxes were thrown from the truck.
More images from that big mess on WB I-30 @ 45 in Dallas where all lanes are blocked this morning. Traffic forced to take 45. Avoid area. @wfaa @WFAADaybreak #Iamup #DFWTraffic
📸: @mikeforbeswfaa pic.twitter.com/DR2q5jqCUn
— TasharaTakesTexas (@TasharaParker) May 16, 2022
The westbound lanes of I-30 were closed, and traffic was directed to the I-45 exit. The driver of the tractor-trailer was not injured in the crash.
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Scrambled mess: Tractor-trailer crash spills 30,000 pounds of eggs on I-30Comment