Friday, December 1, 2023

Crash Spills ‘Pig Slop’ at Woodbine Intersection

Courtesy Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company’s Facebook page

By Herald Staff

WOODBINE – Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company was called out on the morning of June 2 for a motor vehicle accident that resulted in “pig slop” being spilled on the roadway.
According to the fire company’s Facebook page, Woodbine Fire was called out at around 10:30 a.m. for a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Webster Street and Washington Avenue.
When firefighters arrived, they found all the passengers uninjured and out of their vehicles.
One vehicle was carrying pig slop in 55-gallon drums delivering it to a farm. The slop was spilled all over the road and created a tremendous smell.
This was “a first for the Woodbine Fire Department,” according to the fire company’s Facebook page.
New Jersey State Police and the county Road Department also responded to the scene.

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