You know what's worse than snow on the road? Poop on the road. Lots and lots of poop. Two tons of poop to be exact.
Last week, a highway exit ramp along the I-65 in Indiana's White County had to be closed because of an unusual spill. Raw sewage, thought to be 300 to 400 gallons of hog waste, was 6 to 8 inches deep in some places.
And if you think scooping up poop is a crappy job, the matter got a bit worse for the cleanup crew because it froze into toxic poopsicles.
I'm sure you want to see what that looks like (warning: it is as gross as it sounds), so here it is after the jump:
View the original story over at WLFI.