photos: oil delivery truck overturns, far hills responders halt 3,000 gallon potential spill - hazmat absorbent pads
FAR HILLS —
Police say emergency workers in autonomous cities have moved quickly to prevent a overturned tanker from leaking more than 3,000 gallons of heating oil and diesel to the environment.
About 12: 17. m.
According to Yuanshan Police Chief Ken Hartman, on Thursday, Yuanshan police arrived at a lakeside residence and found a heated oil transport truck rollover to the right.
The truck is owned by M. J.
Neil's fuel company in Bernard sville slipped from the snow.
Hartman says there are covered lanes when trying to deliver goods at the residence.
Hartman said no one was injured in the accident.
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Hartman says the truck's tank contains about 3,000 gallons of heating oil and about 40 gallons of diesel, both of which leak slightly.
Hartman said that when the fire arrived at the far Mountain Bedminster, hazmat suction pads were immediately placed on the spot to curb the leak.
"The clean-up work is going on and the most concerned is the environment and the residents," Hartman said . ".
"All the resources are working together at this time.
Hartman said Hazmat, Somerset County, the county emergency management office and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection also responded to the incident.