NAUSEATING: Chicken Waste Spills Across New Jersey Highway, Causes Sticky, Stinky Mess

A truck carrying a massive haul of chicken waste crashed on Route 55 northbound in Gloucester County, sending its unlovable cargo spilling across the highway Monday morning.

There were no injuries reported in the crash, which occurred near the Route 42 Interchange, but a lot of emergency personnel were needed to help clean the nasty spill from the highway.

State environmental officials say they are now monitoring the incident.

There was no word on whether vanloads of yeshiva bochurim headed to the site of the accident to claim the ingredients they needed to concoct gala in their yeshiva dormitories.


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