SEATTLE - A mountain of Mountain Dew spilled Friday in South Seattle as a light rail train sliced through a semi trailer, cutting it in half.
Crews responded to the scene of the crash, at Martin Luther King Jr. Way and S. Holly Street, at about 9 a.m. after receiving a report of a collision.
There were no injuries.
Officials said the light rail train was southbound and had the green light when the truck driver attempted to turn in front of the train.
The train crashed through the truck's trailer, causing hundreds of cases of Mountain Dew to spill into the street .
Buses are being used to transport passengers between the Mt. Baker station and the Rainier Beach station, and crews expected the cleanup along the tracks to take several hours.
The train car that was damaged will be removed from service for repairs.