BC Fire & Rescue updates cleanup from hazardous spill in Montvale

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Bedford County Department of Fire & Rescue responded to an overturned tanker that resulted in a fatality for the driver on Monday night.
The tanker truck was carrying 5,700 gallons of gasoline and 2,500 gallons of diesel at the time it overturned. The regional hazardous materials team working with VDEM were able to recover 1,250 gallons of gasoline, the rest poured out onto the roadway and soil in the eastbound travel lanes of 460 which has resulted in traffic being routed into west bound lanes around the site.

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