I-110 N. at Fuqua St. reopened after sanitation truck leak - WAFB 9 News Baton Rouge, Louisiana News, Weather, Sports

I-110 N. at Fuqua St. reopened after sanitation truck leak

Spill on I-110 N. at Fuqua (Source: DOTD) Spill on I-110 N. at Fuqua (Source: DOTD)
Traffic backed up at the Governor's Mansion curve on I-110 N. Traffic backed up at the Governor's Mansion curve on I-110 N.
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

A fluid leak from a sanitation truck blocked the left lane on I-110 at Fuqua Street for a few hours Thursday, but the roadway has been reopened.

According to Baton Rouge Fire Department officials, the Department of Public Works was called to clean up the spill.

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