Feb. 28 (UPI) -- Traffic was delayed for several hours in Indiana after a semi truck crash sent dog food spilling onto a local highway.
Several lanes of eastbound lanes of the Toll Road at mile marker 59 in South Bend were covered in dog food after the truck crashed into an SUV.
"When it crashed and came to its final rest, the trailer split open so there were several pallets of dog food that burst open [on] the interstate, and it was scattered about and the wreck crew had to clean it up," Indiana State Trooper Andrew Kocsis told WNDU.
Crews managed to clear up the lanes after a few hours, allowing traffic to proceed normally.
State police did not report any injuries but the two people in the SUV were taken to a hospital to be checked out.