Antifreeze Spill, Overturned Big Rig on S.R. 1

Driver suffers minor injuries in 2:20 p.m. crash near Kruse Ranch Road.

           A big-rig overturned in Sonoma County this afternoon, spilling
several hundred gallons of used oil and antifreeze onto state Highway 1,
according to the California Highway Patrol said.
           The incident happened around 2:20 p.m. near Kruse Ranch Road and
Kruse Rhododendron State Reserve.
           The truck is owned by Evergreen Environmental Services and the
company is sending equipment to clean up the spill, CHP Officer Jon Sloat
           The male driver of the truck suffered minor injuries in the crash,
Sloat said.
           Most of the spill is in the dirt and no waterways were affected,
according to the CHP.
           Highway 1 is expected to remain closed until approximately 9 p.m.,
Sloat said.
           The cause of the crash has not yet been determined, Sloat said.

     By Bay City News Service

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