A commercial truck hauling a potent chemical leaked part of its cargo while traveling on Interstate 94 in St. Paul, Minnesota, sickening three people and causing traffic jams for hours. According to St. Paul Fire District Chief Stan Jadwinski, the truck spilled an estimated 200 gallons of sodium bisulfate, an acidic chemical substance commonly used in cleaning products and swimming pool treatments. The leak apparently occurred when a crack developed in the truck’s tank. The truck is owned by Commercial Pool and Spa Supplies of Maplewood, Minnesota. According to various press reports, the truck’s driver became ill after he discovered ... Read More
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