Thousands of soda cans were found scattered on the road after a truck flipped over and crashed on 405 Freeway in Orange County, Southern California.

The video of the cans scattered all over the freeway was shared by Steve Kuzj, a reporter for a CW-affiliated television station, KTLA.

The 32-second video clip has a person, possibly Kuzj, recording the cans dispersed on the freeway while all other vehicles can be seen driving away.

Check out the video here.

As of now, no road closures or injuries have been reported.

In a fairly similar incident, hundreds of cans and bottles of sodas were cleaned up from the road in September following an accident in Albemarle County, located in the Piedmont region of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The Albemarle County Police Department clarified after the incident that the accident had taken place after the driver of a Pepsi truck lost control, NBC-affiliated television station WVIR-TV reported.

No injuries were reported in that incident, however, the driver was taken to the University of Virginia Medical Center for minor injuries. Sgt. Jerry Utz of Albemarle County Police Department said then, “The loss of property is certainly the biggest thing with this kind of accident. Fortunately, nobody else was on the roadway at the time, so it's a single vehicle crash. Minor injuries and nobody was seriously hurt, then that's a good day.”

Reports state that the truck was carrying around 40 cases of soda at the time of the accident.