FORT MILL, S.C. - Hazmat crews were busy cleaning up human waste after a truck overturned on an Interstate 77 ramp near Carowinds Tuesday morning.
Officials said the truck was carrying 18 tons of processed human waste when it flipped on its side on the I-77 off ramp at exit 90 getting onto Carowinds Boulevard.
Officials told Channel 9 that the truck was heading to a landfill in Columbia.
Nobody was hurt and troopers said the driver of the truck, Jack Staley, will be charged with driving too fast for conditions.
Officials said clean should be completed by 1 p.m. and drivers should expect delays.
Truck carrying human waste overturns near Carowinds
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