Nostradamus himself couldn’t have predicted a more unfortunately appropriate series of events. Last week it was a cookie catastrophe, this week it’s a milk mishap!
According to WTSP, an 18-wheeler hauling crates of milk overturned on State Road 436 in Seminole County, Florida. It was reported that 1,000 crates of milk were unloaded from the truck. Knowing that the average milk crate holds four, one-gallon jugs of milk, that adds up to 4,000 gallons of milk that was being hauled.
The Seminole County Fire Department reported that the trucker received only minor injuries.
This news comes one week after a truck hauling Girl Scout cookies crashed and burned in Kentucky. The accident resulted in the cookies being incinerated and unsalvageable. At the time, we wrote that there’s no use in crying over spilled milk… but spilled milk AND cookies? That’s an entirely different story.
This morning: Semi overturned on 436 and Red Bug Lake Rd. Filled with gallon jugs of milk. One person inside & minor injuries. Seminole County Fire Department on scene: Tower 25, Rescue 25, Engine 27 & Battalion 2 pic.twitter.com/wbioT6By6S
— Seminole County Fire Department (SCFD) PIO Media (@scfdpio) February 2, 2023
A semi trailer hauling Girl Scout cookies caught fire on U.S. 27 in Pendleton County, Kentucky this morning. (Photo: North Pendleton Fire) pic.twitter.com/yInDJT30cP
— Paul Miles (@PaulMiles840) January 26, 2023