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Tanker spillage

Monday, 12th May 2008 by

Just outside of Lebanon, Oregon, it appears that a lorry has shed its load of white liquid all over the road. This could however be foam from the nearby fire engine, which may have been used to douse flames, or perhaps toxic or flammable substances. After all the spillage has been deemed serious enough to require the attention of multiple fire units, police cars and ambulances. The road has been…

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