As if the weed-filled day could get any greener, a wild amount of marijuana was spilled all across a highway in Missouri on 4/20.
People driving to work got to see 500 pounds of marijuana on the road, and even the state troopers couldn't resist making a joke out of the situation.
Troopers responded to the crash on April 20, and in a tweet, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said: "You don’t see this every day, but it is 4/20…"
The collision occurred on I-70 in Callaway County, and no one was seriously hurt — except maybe the packages of bud that were strewn across the busy highway.
You don\u2019t see this everyday, but it is 4/20\u2026\n\nTroopers responded to a crash today on I-70 in Callaway County and found 500 pounds of packaged marijuana scattered around. Luckily, nobody was seriously injured.\n\nArrest info below:\nhttps://apps.mshp.dps.mo.gov/HP71/ArrestDetailsAction?TW01REPORTNUMBER=I441155F\u00a0\u2026\n\nhttps://apps.mshp.dps.mo.gov/HP71/ArrestDetailsAction?TW01REPORTNUMBER=I441156F\u00a0\u2026pic.twitter.com/g51sMpJ0oF— MSHP Troop F (@MSHP Troop F) 1650503266
Missouri State Highway Patrol said that arrests were made.
A 32-year-old man was arrested with a felony charge of first-degree trafficking of drugs and a 34-year-old man was arrested with a felony charge of first-degree trafficking drugs and a charge of careless and imprudent driving resulting in a crash.
In another tweet from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, they said that after all of the packages of weed were collected from the scene of the car crash, "it took more than one patrol car to transport it to the evidence room."
That is a whole lot of weed — even for 4/20.