Crews in Louisiana are still working to clean up the mess that was left when an 18-wheeler carrying corn dogs bound for California overturned on the section of I-220 that connects to LA 3132.
During the crash outside Shreveport, more than half of the 76,800 corn dogs on the truck ended up on the side of the road.
According to police, the crash happened around 3:40 a.m. Tuesday when the driver flipped the 18-wheeler and hit a guard rail.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
It’s unclear if the driver was carrying Mini Honey Crunchy Corn Dogs, Jumbo Honey Crunchy Corn Dogs, Chili Cheese Corn Dogs or Honey Crunchy Corn Dogs.
Fortunately, there’s little need to repackage the corn dogs potentially injured or abused by contact with the highway. The typical consumer of this uniquely American treat wouldn’t notice any difference in flavor, texture or bouquet.