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River of Chocolate Along Arizona Highway Has Drivers Wanting to Help With Cleanup

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River of Chocolate Along Arizona Highway Has Drivers Wanting to Help With Cleanup

River of Chocolate Along Arizona Highway Has Drivers Wanting to Help With Cleanup

Drivers in Arizona must have thought they were in a dream after they saw a river of chocolate along the westbound lanes of Interstate 40, east of Flagstaff.

Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

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River of Chocolate Along Arizona Highway Has Drivers Wanting to Help With Cleanup

Drivers in Arizona must have thought they were in a dream after they saw a river of chocolate along the westbound lanes of Interstate 40, east of Flagstaff.????It was a scene straight out of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.”????The Arizona Department of Public Safety tweeted about the sweet cleanup!????DPS officials say a tanker truck carrying 40,000 pounds – or 3,500 gallons of liquid chocolate rolled over; spilling the good stuff all over the road; blocking some lanes of traffic.????They added that the driver wasn’t cited for the accident.????CNN says the cleanup took about four hours, and luckily, no one was hurt.????Just chocolate fans everywhere.????And you thought dairy fans cried over spilled milk!????Spilled and wasted chocolate can make anyone cry.????It may burn to look at, but it was hot to the touch.????DPS officials say the liquid chocolate was being kept at 120 degrees Fahrenheit.????They add the liquid is biodegradable.????Translation; the wildlife will be on a sugar high for days!




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