Cleanup continues after gas leak
ST. AMANT - Hazmat crews remained on the scene Tuesday of a gasoline leak in Ascension Parish that shut down area roadways overnight.
Officials say nearly 75 gallons of gas leaked into a ditch at the intersection of Hwy. 431 and Gold Place Rd. In St. Amant.
It happened after a tanker truck swiped a pole while making a turn.
The sheriff's office says roadways in the area have since reopened.
No evacuations were conducted and no one was injured.
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