Truck leaks fluids after sliding off roadway

TROY — The driver of a pickup truck appeared to have lost control on the entrance ramp to southbound Interstate-75 at State Route 41 shortly before 6 p.m. on Friday.

The vehicle slid off the ramp and stopped in a small creek. The fuel tank was ruptured and reportedly began leaking into the creek.

The Troy Fire Department responded to the scene, along with a medic unit and Troy police.

The driver was being checked at the scene by medics.

The Troy Fire Department contacted the Miami County Emergency Management Agency, who responded with a Hazmat vehicle.

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency was also contacted.

No further details were available as of press time.

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Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Sunday News A pickup truck sits in creek near an Interstate-75 entrance ramp after the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2020/01/web1_CMYK-Truck-rolloff-Mike-Ullery-photo-012620.jpgMike Ullery | Miami Valley Sunday News A pickup truck sits in creek near an Interstate-75 entrance ramp after the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle.

By Mike Ullery

Miami Valley Sunday News