Spill the Beans! Truck Crash on New York Interstate Leaves Beans, Fuel on Road
How you bean lately?
A tractor-trailer crash on a major New York interstate left quite a mess this week. Responding crews referred to this as a "labor intensive call", where HAZMAT units would later need to be deployed to the scene to assist with the cleanup.
Officials say the crash resulted in a fuel leak, as well as a lot of aluminum cans of beans all over the road.
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The Katonah Fire Department said they called in additional resources, including the HAZMAT teams to control the spread of leaking diesel fuel and to prevent further leakage into any bodies of water due to the accident being within the watershed area.
The fire department said that the scene was eventually turned over to NYC DEP to continue to monitor the waterways for additional fuel and beans.
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Police say the driver was from a company based out of Ontario and was charged with failing to obey a traffic device and failing to obey a height restriction.