Republic truck leaks fluid on I-110 North, slick conditions cause multi-vehicle crash
BATON ROUGE - Emergency crews blocked off two lanes of traffic on the interstate after a Republic service truck leaked hydraulic fluid onto the roadway Tuesday.
The incident happened around 1:45 p.m. on I-110 North just past Scenic Highway.
Slick conditions caused multiple vehicles to crash. No serious injuries were reported.
4-car wreck due to leaking hydraulic fluid. Cars have been cleared. DOTD is waiting for several sand trucks to arrive from Port Allen. pic.twitter.com/adTIrdhqcs— Bess Casserleigh (@BCasserleigh) May 8, 2018
All lanes have since reopened.
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