Drivers in West Virginia had to overcome an unexpected obstacle Sunday afternoon after hundreds of Lego pieces spilled onto a major highway.
The spill, which occurred on Interstate 79, caused delays as traffic was reduced to one lane while crews worked to recover all of the tiny pieces, according to a WDTV report.
The building blocks did not come from a toppled tractor-trailer, but instead were the property of an 11-year-old boy, according to Facebook user Tiffany Lantz, who took responsibility for the spill, reports CNET.
Lantz said the toys were in containers strapped to the top of her vehicle when they came loose and scattered along the highway.
“I tried to recover as many as I could,” she wrote.