The sauce of extended delays! Lorry load of tomato zest spills, bringing chaos into the A14 in Cambridgeshire

Social networking consumers have shared their finest puns after images demonstrated the'sauce' of extended delays on a crowded street as two lorries collided.

The sauce of extended delays! Lorry load of tomato zest spills, bringing chaos into the A14 in Cambridgeshire

Tomato puree was abandoned dripping out on the 23-mile strech of dual carriageway following a set of HGVs collided near the Offord intersection around the A14, Cambridgeshire.

The episode prompted enormous flaws as the street has been closed for over 10 hours after barbarous resurfacing functions were needed.

However, Twitter users poked fun in the pictures which emerged on the internet, with lots of offering up their finest puns in reaction.

While another inquired:'When will visitors be in a position to ketch up?'

The crash occurred on the A14 near Godmanchester at Cambridgeshire yesterday day.

The driver of one of those HGVs was hospitalised after the crash but was afterwards discharged.

Cambs Police composed on Twitter:'What seemed like the collection of a horror movie was really thousands of berries.

'The episode on the A14 in Godmanchester yesterday evening entailed 2 jack-knifed lorries, such as one carrying a lot of olive oil and tomatoes.

'The street reopened before 1pm today.'

Countless social networking users poked fun in the tomato-laden tragedy with their juiciest jokes and puns.

Craig Lyons explained:'I moved pasta that. Took some time for the visitors to ketchup.'

@Venuechange explained:'Drivers warned to be more cautious and passata sensible rate.'

Even though @simonscider chided:'Enormous cheer to each of the emergency services and clean up team.

The Beds, Herts and Cambs road policing unit clarified the tomato puree has been kept in drums filled with oil - that resulted in the path to require emergency fixes.

This afternoon, @BCHRoadPolicingUnit tweeted an image of the wreckage and stated:'The crash from 01/06/21 that we attended yesterday.

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