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Lego Spill Shuts Down Section Of West Virginia Highway

Thankfully no one was walking barefoot down the road at the same time.

1. A mysterious Lego spill shut down traffic on a section of Highway I-79 in Harrison County, West Virginia, on Sunday.

2. According to the local fire department, it took a few hours to clean up the lane, pushing traffic on that section of the highway to one lane.

3. Surprisingly, a woman claiming to be the culprit actually fessed up in the Facebook comments.

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Ryan Broderick is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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