DHEC, firefighters on scene of diesel fuel leak in Mauldin - FOX Carolina 21

DHEC, firefighters on scene of diesel fuel leak in Mauldin

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Crews responding to the scene on Forrester and Main Streets. (FOX Carolina/Mar. 23, 2018). Crews responding to the scene on Forrester and Main Streets. (FOX Carolina/Mar. 23, 2018).
Crews responding to the scene on Forrester and Main Streets.(FOX Carolina/Mar. 23, 2018). Crews responding to the scene on Forrester and Main Streets.(FOX Carolina/Mar. 23, 2018).
MAULDIN, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Mauldin Police Department said multiple agencies were on scene of a diesel fuel leak in the city on Friday.

Officers said around 12:20 p.m. they were notified of a wrecker leaking fuel near Main Street and Forrester Drive. When authorities arrived on scene, they said approximately 30 gallons of diesel fuel had leaked.

Mauldin firefighters and the Department of Health and Environmental Control were called to the scene to assist with the cleanup.

DHEC said the truck's fuel tank ruptured.

As of 4:20 p.m., agencies were still on scene.

Some lane closures have taken place during the cleanup.

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