Police in Richmond, Texas responded to a train and a truck collision late Wednesday morning where thousands of bottles of water were spilled.

According to the police, the incident happened shortly after officers responded to a truck reportedly stuck on the train tracks.

The whole incident was caught on video by an officer who knew when it had become too late to get the truck off the tracks.

"The 18-wheeler was crossing the tracks at 2nd Street when the train crashed through the trailer," stated police. "The trailer appears to have been loaded with cases of bottled water. There were no injuries reported."

Richmond Police Department shared a live stream of the aftermath, showing the thousands of bottles scattered across the roadway.

Read more at KHOU

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