The truck's driver lost control and hit the center divide, dumping tomatoes across eastbound lanes. Four cars trying to drive through the sauce crashed into each other.


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  1. 5

    Those cars should have had their tomato chains on.

  2. shaoyu says:

    Tomato price hikes launching in SF

  3. giltay says:

    Meanwhile, in Canada: "2,400 loose chicks cause QEW jam"

  4. Adolf Osborne says:

    I've also been seeing scenes line this first-hand lately...  in Ohio.  Sometimes, I want to stop and pick a few up before they get broadly massacred.  (And one of these days, I will.)

    (The tomato is the state fruit of Ohio, even though we're not always so good at growing them here and according to the USDA, a tomato is a vegetable.)

  5. Paul N says:

    At least it wasn't a truck full of banana peels.

  6. Frandroid says:

    That's one way to make sun-dried tomatoes.

  7. It's the Pastapocalypse.

    • thielges says:

      In what form will the third and fourth horsemen will appear?  Next a truck loaded with basil will collide with another loaded with garlic to create the Pestoclypse.  Followed by a delivery van loaded with pecorino cheese running over some dude on a bike carrying a few kilos of peppercorns to complete the Cacio e Pepeclypse.

  8. jon says:


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  9. apm74 says:

    Begun the Pasta Wars has.

  10. bq Mackintosh says:

    Turns out, there's a whole web site that covers the previously array:

  11. Ben says:

    It is apt that the US's La Tomatina happens on an interstate highway rather than a quaint rural village.

  12. Dim says:

    Now we just need a truckful of lasagna to complete the meal. Teamsters, don't fail us now.

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