Legos spill shuts down West Virginia Interstate

Published On: Mar 11 2013 03:16:40 PM EDT
Updated On: Mar 06 2013 03:39:34 PM EST

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One lane of Interstate 79 in West Virginia was closed down after a massive Lego accident on Sunday, reports MSN.com.

The colorful toys could be seen scattered across the highway on an otherwise gray and rainy day near Clarksburg.

It seems that a car traveling along the Interstate had a large bin full of the bricks strapped to the top of their roof.

The bin flew off and left a path of plastic toys along the road. MSN.com says police closed down one lane of traffic to clean-up the Lego massacre.

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