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Two-truck collision causes chemical spill

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A commercial truck collision caused a chemical spill on Interstate 39/90 on March 27, according to madison.com.

A truck stalled on the side of the highway was side-swiped by another commercial vehicle belonging to Dayton Freight Lines at around 2 a.m. The latter truck sustained damage and the some of the cargo, chemicals to treat swimming pools, spilled out onto the highway. Officials initially issued a voluntary evacuation to the area around the spill, but clean-up crews eventually determined that the air quality was not compromised. The highway was shut down for approximately 12 hours to address the problem. No one was reportedly hurt in the collision.

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