A busy road in Fife was blocked after a farmer’s trailer toppled over spilling its load of Brussels sprouts across the carriageway and pavement.
The accident happened at around 11am this morning at Admiralty roundabout on the A985 in Rosyth.
There’s been a bit of a #BrusselSprouts accident at the roundabout at Admiralty Road, #Rosyth. Please avoid the area if possible. Traffic and #Christmas dinners may be affected. Apologies for any delays… pic.twitter.com/pfVZm6ODOq
— South West Fife Police (@SWFifePolice) December 16, 2019
Police were called to the scene and motorists were advised to avoid the area and find alternative routes at this time.
It’s not known if anyone was injured in the incident.
Thousands of the green vegetables were seen strewn across the road and pavement.
A sign post was knocked over during the incident, with several wooden crates of the sprouts tossed upside down.
10 tonne trailer of sprouts crashed and spilled in Rosyth recovery now in progress pic.twitter.com/3NaTOFbjzE
— Neil Henderson (@C_NHenderson) December 16, 2019
Crowds gathered to take photos of the spilled food.
South West Fife Police tweeted: “There’s been a bit of a brussel sprouts accident at the roundabout at Admiralty Road, Rosyth.
“Please avoid the area if possible. Traffic and Christmas dinners may be affected. Apologies for any delays.”