Chattanooga, TN - Thousands of Tennessee motorists along I-24 and I-59 did a double-take on Thursday as the world's largest cast-iron skillet was transported down the freeway to its new home at the Cast Iron Museum.
While many were delighted at the sight of a 14,000-pound skillet, others grew troubled when they noticed a deluge of bacon grease spilling from the pan onto the roadway.
One motorist wrote on Facebook, "Hey, I just passed that skillet thing on the highway. Someone needs to call the EPA, like now. It's spilling bacon grease everywhere."
Hours later, an unidentified team of workers in hazmat suits was spotted along the freeway, sopping up the grease and placing it in industrial size mason jars.
We reached out to the EPA for comment, but they have yet to respond.
This is a developing story.
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