Chocolate! Cookie Dough! Avocados! Roadway Spills That Made Big (and Tasty) Messes

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Accidents happen, and when they do, it can sometimes lead to tons of tasty cargo spilling onto the road.

Most recently, a truck full of beer kegs overturned on an Arizona highway Monday, scattering the containers across the road. 

In June, hundreds of mini liquor bottles were strewn across a thoroughfare in Arkansas, coating the pavement in cinnamon-flavored Fireball. 

These boozy spills aren't alone.

In May, chocolate sauce stopped traffic in both directions in Poland after a tanker truck carrying the sweet stuff ruptured. 

That same month, gobs and gobs of ooey gooey cookie dough turned a North Carolina highway into a sticky mess on — of all days — National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day.

And we hope you like guac, because last December saw 40,000 pounds of avocados tumbling from a burning big rig on a Texas road.

Now those are some messes we wouldn't mind helping to clean up. Watch the video above for more. 


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