LAS VEGAS – After a crash on Thursday morning, hot dogs, bologna, and other pork items littered the side of the road in the far northwest Las Vegas valley.
A tractor-trailer flipped, spreading its load across the highway and leaving a meat splatter for personnel to clean up.
It happened on US Highway 95 before Lee Canyon Road and caused traffic delays for several hours.
All lanes of traffic were initially closed. However, southbound lanes were ultimately reopened. According to the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, traffic delays were predicted to last at least until 11 a.m.
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