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INDIANAPOLIS — The Marion County Health Department was called to I-465 after a semi crash left chocolate-covered raisins and peanuts scattered across the road.

According to police, a semi trailer hauling the candy hit the structure holding the highway signs over I-465 South, just north of the Washington St. exit on the east side of Indianapolis a little after 1 a.m.

Indiana State Police say the cab of the truck separated from the trailer in the crash, and the trailer was torn in half, causing the spillage.

Because the crash involved food, the Marion County Health Department responded. We’re told that’s standard in food-related crashes.

The right two lanes of 465 were closed for more than eight hours as crews cleaned up.

Two secondary crashes in the same location caused one person to go the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.