Spillage leaves Swedish motorway soaked in beer
Published: 09 Jul 2013 12:30 GMT+02:00
Updated: 09 Jul 2013 12:30 GMT+02:00
The vehicle drove into a railing and its cargo, containing vast quantities of beer cans, was scattered across the road bemusing drivers on their morning commute. Witnesses reported that the alcohol trail was over 100 meters long, stretching down the motorway.
IN PICTURES: Swedish emergency services try to contain the beer
The driver of the truck that caused the spillage escaped unharmed and a clean-up operation was quickly put into place. It is understood that the goods are currently being inspected to see it they can salvaged or if everything needs to be destroyed.
"They're pretty thorough when it comes to alcoholic beverages. Every barcode is supposed to be scanned due to alcohol taxes and other reasons but it looks dark. A lot is crumpled and can be overlooked," said Ola Magnusson, the emergency services commander who was present on the scene.