A truck carrying 43,000 pounds of bananas caused a bunch of trouble when it rolled over on a Michigan roadway.
Luckily, no motorists had to peel away to avoid the crash Friday morning in Livingston County.
State police Trooper Terry Berdan tells WHMI-FM the semi driver was traveling too fast and will be ticketed for careless driving.
The radio station says none of the bananas spilled onto the roadway and remained inside their containers.
The accident happened shortly after 6 a.m. on the ramp from northbound US-23 to westbound Interstate 96.
The Detroit Free Press says no serious injuries were reported.
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