TOMAH, Wisconsin (WXOW) - An early morning crash involving a dump truck closes part of a street in downtown Tomah.
Tomah police report that no one was injured in the crash, a large amount of hydraulic fluid leaked from the dump truck.
Tomah firefighters contained the spill. Due to the fluid in the street, about 200 feet of the 100 block of North Superior Avenue is closed for several hours.
With the assistance of Monroe County Haz-mat and Emergency Management, the cleanup process is underway.
Police advise drivers to use caution if driving through the area from the road closure as well as the possible slick road from the spilled hydraulic fluid.
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