A truckload of prescription drugs and syringes were scattered across a highway in Texas Friday after a collision between two tractor trailers.

The accident occurred at around 12:05 a.m. in Cut and Shoot, Texas.

According to ABC 13, two semi trucks were traveling along State Highway 105 when the rig hauling oil field equipment rear-ended the semi truck hauling the medications, ripping open the trailer and leaving a trail of medicine and syringes across almost 100 yards of the roadway.

Luckily, no one was hurt in the incident, but a portion of State Highway 105 was closed for several hours as officials cleared the wreckage and debris from the roadway. It reopened at around 7:00 a.m.

The drugs and supplies were not thrown away and were instead returned to the distributor.

Officers say that neither driver was cited in the incident but did not go into detail on the specific cause of the wreck.