Deli Meat, Bread Spill Onto New Jersey Highway After Truck Crash - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Deli Meat, Bread Spill Onto New Jersey Highway After Truck Crash

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    A truck carrying deli meat collided with a another truck carrying bread on a New Jersey highway Friday morning, causing a sandwich-like spill on the busy roadway. (Published Friday, June 17, 2016)

    A truck carrying deli meat collided with another truck carrying bread on a New Jersey highway Friday morning, causing a sandwich-like spill on the busy roadway.

    The trucks collided on Interstate 287's southbound lanes in Piscataway shortly before 6 a.m., causing backups that stretched several exits. 

    Chopper 4 footage from over the scene shows first responders cleaning up spilled bread and meats. The trailer portion of one of the trucks appears to be destroyed, and its contents are spewed about the roadway.

    By about 7:30 a.m., most of the cleanup had been completed.

    There weren't any reports of injuries.

    Backups on the roadway stretched several miles as all but one lane on the roadway's southbound lanes were closed.