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LEGO Spill Shuts Down Highway in West Virginia

LEGO Spill Shuts Down Highway Lane



If you've ever stepped on an errant LEGO brick in the dark, this is the stuff of your nightmares: tiny LEGO pieces blanketing the ground as far as the eye can see.

But for drivers on Interstate 79 in West Virginia, a lane full of LEGO bricks was the unfortunate reality on Sunday, as CNET reports. No-one was more upset about the accident than Tiffany Lantz's 11-year-old son, to whom the LEGO collection belonged. Lantz shared on Facebook that the LEGOs spilled when containers came loose from the top of their car.

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