SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say it appears no hazardous material spilled when a tanker truck carrying an additive substance to a pipeline pump in South Dakota rolled over on an icy road.
The truck was traveling south of Roswell Wednesday when it veered into a ditch. Miner County Sheriff Robert Egert says the liquid was contained within the tanker and no injuries were reported. Authorities shut down the road as a precaution.
A pumper truck was at the crash site on Friday as authorities cleared the site.
TC Energy, formerly known as TransCanada, operates the pipeline. The truck belonged to a company that transports hazardous material.
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