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The Florida Highway Patrol says the crash happened near Rockledge. / Red Bull

Feel like you might need some wings?

Head down to Brevard County, Fla., where a tractor-trailer carrying Red Bull buckled Monday evening after a crash, spilling thousands of cans of the caffeinated beverage on Interstate 95 northbound.

One lane of the highway had to be shut down to clear the way.

Troopers told the Associated Press the truck carrying more than 30,000 pounds of Red Bull was headed north when the driver attempted to move to the center lane because another truck was stationed on the shoulder of the road.

When the driver moved back into the outside lane, his vehicle sideswiped the disabled truck near Rockledge, AP reports. The trailer on one truck tore apart, and Red Bull spilled.

No one was injured in the two-truck crash. The driver was ticketed for failure to stay in one lane, AP reports.



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