[...] diversions had to be put in place while the challenging clean-up was carried out with the aid of high-powered water blasters.
Highways manager Brett Gliddon said the milk fat solidified and formed a slippery surface across three lanes of the highway.
“Our contractors have been working hard to clean the spill however the road surface is still extremely slippery,” he said.
“This is a highly unusual situation involving a very slippery substance and the crash area includes a steep 35km/h corner, so it is vital the spill is extremely well cleaned up to avoid accidents once the road reopens.”
Sunday, September 27, 2015
Life continues to imitate a Two Ronnies skit. Casein point: This story is calling out for dairy-product-related puns.