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A lorry containing milk chocolate crashed and spilled its goods all over a motorway.
The driver was seriously injured after the HGV crashed into the central reservation and overturned.
Twelve tonnes of the chocolate oozed out all over the road and quickly started to harden, with firefighters saying it was worse than ice and snow to remove.
The smash completely closed the A2 motorway between Poznan and Konin, in Poland, much to the outrage of motorists.
Police spokeswoman Marlena Kukawska said:"The driver of a lorry carrying milk chocolate for unknown reasons hit the barriers on the motorway that caused an overturn of the container lorry and spilled around the sweet liquid on all lanes.
"The traffic jams caused by the accident are enormous as it's one of the country's main motorways.
"We organised diversions and keep asking drivers for their patience and understanding."
According to the firefighters who are working on removing the milk chocolate, the operation to clean the road of its sweet stain could take several hours.
"The chocolate that's hardening on the road is even more difficult to remove than the snow," said Bogdan Kowalski, a firefighter working on the site.
He admitted: "We have to use a warm water under a big pressure to clean the road."
The lorry driver was badly injured and has been taken to hospital.