LINCOLN, Neb. – A collision involving two large trucks has spilled a hazardous chemical into Nebraska Highway 2 in Lincoln.
Lincoln fire captain Eric Jones told the Journal Star that a semi carrying 16 250-gallon tanks of boiler cleaner rear-ended a large flatbed truck Saturday afternoon. One of the tanks of cleaner ruptured and the chemical spilled onto highway.
The westbound lanes of the highway were closed Saturday afternoon as crews worked to contain the spill.
Jones says there was some concern about dangerous vapors from the cleaner.