What do you get when a big-rig full of chicken collides with a truck carrying bees? Honey-barbecue chicken!

That's what happened Monday when a big-rig carrying frozen chicken clipped a truck that was full of bees on California's Interstate 10, Associated Press reported.

The truck crashed and burst into flames, causing 25,000 pounds of chicken to spill and start cooking on the road. The driver of the other truck pulled over to discover that hundreds of bees escaped in a swarm. 

A bee keeper was summoned to the scene to assist authorities in cleaning up the mess that closed the interstate for hours. 

Luckily, no one was seriously hurt in the accident.

Here's a look at the incredible scene:

 

 

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Truck crash spills chicken, swarm of bees.
Slabs of chicken meat lay on the side of the road at the scene of a collision involving two semi trucks on westbound Interstate 10 near Coachella, Calif.
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Cal Fire firefighters respond to a collision involving two semi trucks on westbound Interstate 10 near Coachella, Calif.
AP/The Desert Sun, Colin Atagi
Cal Fire firefighters responded to a collision involving two semi trucks on westbound Interstate 10 near Coachella, Calif.