SALEM COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) – Dozens of drivers got into a sticky situation early Tuesday morning when a tanker spilled liquid asphalt onto a stretch of a major highway in South Jersey.
It happened on I-295 Southbound, between RT-130 South/Commodore Barry Bridge and RT-48. –Philadelphia CBS affiliate
According to New Jersey police spokesmen, the other motorists approached the approached the tank’s driver and said, politely, “Good mornin’.”
But, according to Officer Bro. Rabbit, “The driver, he don’t say nuthin.”
After several more unsuccessful attempts to greet him, the motorists “became frustrated and began hitting the tank driver. That’s how they became stuck.”
The asphalt transportation company, Tar Bay B., had no comment.