MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — An accident in Polk County earlier this month has brought a new meaning to the phrase “spilling the beans.”

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a semi-truck hauling soybeans was struck by a train on March 2 at Highway 75 and County Road 23 in Polk County.

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The collision caused the semi to flip over and soybeans to spill all over the road.

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(credit: MN State Patrol)

The state patrol says the 76-year-old driver, of Mentor, Minnesota, was unharmed.

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(credit: MN State Patrol)