This is the subject of sticky nightmares: KFOX14 reports that a few blocks from a lower valley neighborhood in El Paso, Texas, were flooded with Coca-Cola after a major spill from a nearby sales company on Tuesday night. City officials subsequently closed some blocks soaked in sugar.
Fox News says there was no official news of the installation about the cause of the spill, but "some locals say they believe the soda came out through a drainage system." The conditions of this type of accident baffle me: How the hell do you do it? Are you trying to clean something like that? I can not even stop when I have a jam point on the phone's screen. Apparently, KFOX reports, "Crews covered the sugary mud with dirt," to help stop the spread of Coca Cola, but the KFOX reporter Keenan Willard tweeted"One worker said he is stopping the spread, but cleanup is the responsibility of the plant." What work.
In the morning, fortunately, the soda tides had receded, leaving some residents with Coca Cola mud in their yards. But the only other apparent victim of the Coca Cola flood was a bird that got caught in the mess, but was then cleaned before escaping "to freedom." Then, there is a happy ending everywhere.