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Hundreds of chicks roaming across NLEX triggered heavy traffic after a truck carrying them figured in an accident Saturday.

In a Facebook post by Analin Joy de Leon, hundreds of chicks can be seen running across the expressway next to the truck near the Bocaue toll plaza while several men scoop up those that survived into plastic crates.

Unfortunately, some chicks that crossed the northbound lane of the expressway died after being ran over by incoming vehicles.

Chicks spill in NLEX

WATCH: Hundreds of chicks spilled on the road after a transport truck figured in an accident along the northbound lane of NLEX Saturday afternoon. Some of the chicks died after being run over by cars on the expressway. | Video courtesy of Analin Joy de Leon

Nai-post ni Philippine Star noong Sabado, Hulyo 6, 2019

The truck was already moved to the shoulder lane at 4:46 p.m. according to NLEX.

Authorities have yet to release a statement regarding the cause of the accident.

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