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Drivers in Los Angeles were left in a bit of a sticky situation when a truck carrying
42-thousand pounds of honey overturned on Monday afternoon.
The accident forced the LA freeway to back-up for miles, as four lanes of the road were closed.
TV footage shows the sticky load flowing from the truck onto the shoulder of the freeway.
Due to worries of the honey running into storm drains, crews made quick work of the sticky
mess and launched a clean-up operation.
A tow-truck also arrived to help upright the tractor.
Authorities said no other were vehicles were involved in the crash and nobody was injured.