Punctured tanker dumps 3,500 gallons of gas along Rt. 66
Emergency responders in western Pennsylvania were able to prevent an estimated 3,500 gallons of gasoline from contaminating a major source of drinking water for Westmoreland County. The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports the gas flowed from a tanker truck that ruptured along Route 66 in Salem Township just before 5 p.m. Sunday.
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