PENDLETON COUNTY, Ky. – A collective gasp may have been heard from Girl Scout Cookie fanatics after a tractor-trailer truck hauling the cookies crashed in Kentucky.
It happened Thursday in Pendleton County, WLWT reported.
No one was hurt in the crash, but it took about three hours to clean up the wreckage, including thousands of boxes of destroyed cookies, WCPO reported.
Crews had to scoop up all of the burned Thin Mints, Samoas and Trefoils, putting them into a dump truck before they were able to tow the damaged semi-truck, WKRC reported.
Schools in the area were under a two-hour delay because of the crash, WDRB reported.