Fuel spill shuts down lanes of I-4 near 408 after crash, firefighters say

ORLANDO, Fla. — A fuel spill shut down several lanes of Interstate 4 in downtown Orlando on Saturday night.

Firefighters said hazmat crews had to offload fuel from a leaky tanker truck after a crash on westbound I-4, near SR-408.

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Around 100 gallons of diesel leaked and forced three interstate lanes to be closed as crews worked to clean up the mess.

Traffic built in the area as only one lane was open on I-4 from Colonial to the 408.

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Crews with SGL and Road Rangers assisted the Orlando Fire Department with the cleanup.

Firefighters did not say if anyone was injured in the crash.

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