Twizzlers may "Make Mouths Happy," but they likely drew the ire of every driver on Interstate 70 Wednesday night.
A truck carrying a load of the candy struck a barrier and overturned on a Pennsylvania stretch of the highway at about 11:30 p.m., according to the Rostraver Central Fire Department.
Photos show that the truck split open, spilling Twizzlers all over the roadway in Westmoreland County. The interstate was shut down for several hours while crews cleaned up the delicious mess, according to CBS Pittsburgh.
The truck driver wasn't injured, and officials said foggy conditions may have played a role in the crash.
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