- The truck driver became distracted by his GPS unit outside Camden, Arkansas
- The truck creeped out of its lane prompting the driver to correct the steering
- Unfortunately, the driver pulled too hard on the steering wheel and lost control
- The spaghetti sauce was spattered across the highway forcing its closure
A truck carrying pasta sauce crashed and rolled over in Akansas smearing its cargo across the carriageway forcing the closure of the road for four hours.
Police in Camden, Arkansas were forced to close the road near the intersection of US 278 and Arkansas 24 following the smash on Monday.
Investigators believe the truck’s driver became distracted by his GPS unit and let the vehicle drift from its lane.
The truck carrying a large load of spaghetti sauce crashed outside Camden in Arkansas
The crash, pictured, is the third time this month that food has ended spattered across Arkansas roads, following a truck-load of frozen pizza and hundreds of bottles of bourbon
The truck jack knifed after the driver over-corrected his error.
Camden police Sergeant Cory Sanders said the spaghetti sauce truck was headed to Dallas about 3 a.m.
He confirmed the driver suffered minor injuries following the incident.
On August 9, an 18-wheel truck containing DiGiorno and Tombstone frozen bridge struck a bridge on Interstate 30 which sliced open the trailer. The contents were dumped across the carriageway.
The I-30 is a busy road which goes around the south side of Little Rock and links Dallas to Memphis, Tennessee.
On August 2, a vehicle carrying bourborn crashed and also lost its load in Arkansas.