INDIANAPOLIS — Fresh-baked cookies gave thousands in the Hoosier state headaches Tuesday morning.
A semi carrying cookie dough caught fire on an Indianapolis highway, causing a miles-long backup for drivers heading around Indianapolis.
The semi caught fire near the around 4:30 a.m. leaving drivers stranded in their cars for hours.
The driver was able to get out and is unharmed.
If anybody has a truck load of milk meet me on I-465 SB at Shadeland Truck loaded with cookie dough on fire, cookies are still warm... pic.twitter.com/cl9fdKhliJ
— Sgt. John Perrine (@ISPIndianapolis) October 4, 2016
CURRENT SITUATION: northeast side continues to see stopped traffic after semi fire this morning. Cleanup continues on SB I-465 @rtv6 pic.twitter.com/2waGQhFSS9
— Lauren Casey (@Lauren_Casey) October 4, 2016