Amazon shoppers who live in North San Diego County, California may be waiting a bit longer than usual for their packages after a semi-truck carrying approximately 8,000 pounds of packages caught on fire, leaving many of the packages decimated.
According to California Highway Patrol, firefighters received reports of a truck ablaze around 7:22 p.m. on Friday in the northbound lanes of Interstate 15 near Deer Springs Road.
When crews arrived at the scene, they spotted the distinguishable Prime logo fully engulfed.
CHP said there were about 8,000 pounds of packages in the Amazon truck at the time of the fire.
Video obtained by Fox News Digital shows the tractor trailer ablaze with large plumes of smoke surrounding the semi-truck.
Over an hour after the fire began, firefighters were able to gain control over the inferno.
No injuries were reported and officials are investigating the cause of the fire.
Anyone who witnessed the incident was asked to contact the CHP at 760-643-3400.
Amazon did not immediately reply to Fox News Digital's request for comment.