A factory in North Carolina has come under fire from local officials for recurring spills of hazardous chicken parts on roads.
Trucks from the former Valley Proteins plant, which is now owned by Darling, are the source of the complaints.
According to WRAL, the trucks have caused two spills in the past two weeks but officials claim there have been many more.
Roseboro Fire Chief Lee Coleman told the station the slippery spills cause driving hazards and the responses cause taxpayer expenses.
"The problem for us is that we're volunteers. We have to go out there and stay sometimes for hours, on the side of the road blocking the road,” he said.
Truck spills are fairly common in the U.S. and oftentimes the content of trucks creates a hazardous, difficult-to-clean mess.
Last month saw massive spills of alfredo sauce in Memphis and tomatoes near San Francisco, both of which resulted in road closures.