Nearly 1,000 grapefruits rolled onto the Florida Turnpike during Wednesday afternoon traffic, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
The incident took place in, yes, Orange County.
A citrus truck was traveling north on the turnpike at about 12:50 p.m. when crates inside the vehicle broke, said Highway Patrol Lt. Kim Montes said.
The freed grapefruits oozed onto the portion of the turnpike by the State Road 50 exit in Ocoee.
“Usually when any type of produce, food, you know, any kind of load is spilled on the roadway, it’s typically from a crash or a load shifting...," Montes said. "It is not common that this happened.”
The truck pulled over so the remaining citrus could be secured. There were no injuries reported during or after the spill.
Traffic came to a standstill for about 8 minutes while state workers cleaned up the spilled grapefruit to open up the right northbound lane.
The remaining citrus cleanup made for sour traffic. Cars traveling northbound spent about three hours squeezing through a single clear lane, Montes said.
The turnpike was reported to be back to normal by about 4 p.m.