Thousands of litres of cream have spilled in Western Sydney overnight, creating headaches for cleaners and a dream for local cats.
Two southbound lanes of Wallgrove Road a were shut at around 4.30am on Tuesday as Fire and Rescue worked to mop up the milky mess.
Authorities said 30 to 40 tonnes of sand was needed to soak up the cream, which had spilled down the road from a tanker parker at a nearby BP service station.
“A large load of sand has been whipped up and is on its whey,” Fire and Rescue NSW said.
“It will be spread across the slippery hazard.”
The road had fully had reopened by 6.30am and motorists were being urged to proceed with caution.
Fire and Rescue said the NSW Environmental Protection Authority would be assessing any cream that had spilled into nearby drains.
What a mess! But this raises some big questions; What could be worse to spill than cream? And where do cream spillages sit on the Fire Department’s list of priorities?
Listen below to hear Lachie & Sarah share their thoughts and let us know yours in the comments!