At approximately 7:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, a huge truck carrying beet juice overturned on Notre-Dame street, at the corner of Dickson street.\nThe truck has spilt its contents on the street, making for a spectacular view. Luckily, no one was injured in the accident. The driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, but earlier reports state that he will recover.\nPhotos and videos from the scene show the impressive accident. A cleanup crew is currently at the scene and mopping up the massive spill.\nAt around 7:00 this morning, a truck overturned at the corner of Dickson and Notre-Dame. According to CTV News, a second 18-wheeler rammed into the overturned truck just moments later.\nÀ Montréal ce matin, un camion de 22 roues s’est renversé angle la rue Dickson et le boulevard Notre-Dame. provoque un bouchon de la circulation assez dense merci. C’est un accident, mais quand même pas drôle. pic.twitter.com/eLbp1Yso0J— Greham Lovaluv Mead (@Lovaluv) July 30, 2019\nParamedics carried the driver to the hospital. The driver was injured, but medical staff do not fear for his life.\nAccording to an SPVM spokesperson, alcohol was not involved in this accident.\nREAD ALSO: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Added To Heat Warning Issued For Montreal\nThe accident, which took place just before rush hour, has caused some significant backlog for drivers coming into the city.\nNotre-Dame is currently closed in both directions around Dickson, and there is no word on when the street will re-open.\nRT:SMCharronRC: DERNIÈRE HEURE Montréal : Camion citerne renversé à l’angle de Notre-Dame et de Dickson. Rue Notre-Dame fermée dans les deux directions dans le secteur. Le camion transporterait du jus de betterave. #rcmtl pic.twitter.com/9Ir7VJl66q— Mathieu Wagner (@MWagnerRC) July 30, 2019\nCTV reports, state that Montreal police blocked off Notre Dame to traffic going both ways between Sainte Catherine St. and Cadillac St. Dickson was closed from Souligny Ave. to Notre Dame as teams deal with the spill.\nThe SPVM predicts that the street will re-open soon. Until then, drivers coming into Hochelaga may have to take a detour to get to their destination.\nA truck has overturned and spilt its contents, beet juice, in Montreal this morning on the corner of Notre-Dame and Dickson. The driver was injured, but paramedics do not fear for his life. The streets are still closed but is expected to re-open soon.