3 This trash is all the talk in Nassau County right now. It's been in the Nassau River for nearly a week... after the crash of a tractor-trailer. Saturday, a semi was involved in a wreck on I-95 South in Yulee. It spilled Burger King supplies and produce all over the highway... and into the river. The litter is STILL floating on the water... and it's washing up on the banks. One man's Facebook post with video of the trash went viral -- with more than 13-HUNDRED shares! Channel 4's Elizabeth Campbell spoke with one man who is worried about the state of the river, and joins us live from Yulee... Elizabeth? ### 3 3 LEAD Well we weren't able to get to the site of the litter by land but the same river runs right here behind me and we're just a few miles away. The Nassau River is a staple to this community -- people fish, ride their boats and just enjoy the beauty the river has to offer. I spoke to a man who grew up going out in this water and he is one of many who is disappointed the mess hasn't been cleaned up yet -- and they're WORRIED about the safety of people who eat fish from this water. 31-36SOT - 11 hey burger king come clean your mess up from the truck that turned over on 95 in nassau countyTRACK - Channel 4 received this video of a Nassau County fisherman boating through litter in the Nassau River left over from a tractor trailer crash last Saturday.The truck was carrying produce and Burger King products -- like potatoes, bags and cardboard boxes -- when it overturned on I-95 Southbound in Yulee, spilling the debris all over the road and into the river. SOT - 0458 the fish are obviously going to come to the top of the water feed on it that plastic will break open its going to get inside their bodies its going to start to kill themTRACK - Tommy Jewell is another Nassau County fisherman upset that the litter is STILL in the river -- almost a week after the crash. He says the river is full of red fish and trout and even dolphins and manatees swim here.Not only is he concerned about the fish in the water -- but is also worried people in this area who regularly eat fish will be told news they don't want to hear.SOT - 0743 for the next 6 months you might not want to eat those fish because they may have plastic or rotten meat or fruit inside that could mess up their bodies i dont know what it would do to them and i dont want people around here to take that riskTRACK - Jewell says the Nassau River is an extension of his backyard and he wants it to be taken care of so he can one day take his 2-year- old daughter fishing. He's one of many people who wants this problem taken care of -- SOON. SOT - 30 this is littered all through the river yall people come clean your mess up people fish through here later burger king 3 The big question here is who is responsible for cleaning up the mess? Burger King or Nassau County? We reached out to Burger King and never heard back. As for the county -- when I spoke with someone earlier today they weren't even aware of the situation. They said they would try to get back to me with some answers -- but I never heard back.