As per reports, Police has revealed that over 136,000 eggs have smashed on a road when they were being shifted and fell out of a tractor-trailer when it was going through Pennsylvania. Reports suggest that in 2018 a chocolate stream flowed through streets of Germany came closest to the sweet daydreams of wandering in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory when a brook of chocolate oozed out of a factory
As per reports, 11,340 dozen eggs and 2,260 gallons of egg products have been wasted after a 66-year old driver lost control of the structure that the eggs were in. Hegins Township Police say Miles had just picked the eggs at Carl Faus Farma and was on his way to Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. Police state that Miles was driving north on Route 125 uphill. As he approached Route 25 intersection, the egg load shifted causing the eggs and poultry products to fall off and roll down the hill. Miles as per reports did not realize the eggs had already fallen and continued to drive anyway. A section of motorway Route 125 was closed for several hours due to the incident. Investigation for the unfastened load is underway. An investigation into the unsecured load is ongoing.
Reports suggest that in 2018 a chocolate stream flowed through streets of Germany came closest to the sweet daydreams of wandering in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory when a brook of chocolate oozed out of a factory. Liquid chocolate smothered the streets of a town, Westoennen in Germany on Monday night, spilling out of the DreiMeister chocolate factory nearby. A small technical defect (that we don’t complain of led to this dreamy accident. A leak in the storage tank led to 2000 pounds of milk chocolate to stream down the cold street, that led to its rapid solidification. To tackle with this tricky, one-of-a-kind circumstance for the firefighters, the road was shut as 25 firefighters strived to shovel the chocolate coating off the streets. Shovels and hot water was used to handle the situation until later a special washing establishment was brought to carry on the job.
(With inputs from AP)