Tractor Trailer Containing Mushroom Soil Overturns On Pa. Turnpike
FEASTERVILLE-TREVOSE, Pa. (CBS) — Crews are investigating after a tractor trailer rolled over on the Pennsylvania Turnpike by the eastbound deceleration ramp at the Bensalem Interchange.
Chopper 3 over the scene Thursday morning in Bucks County.
According to the Pa. Turnpike, the trailer contains 80,000 pounds of mushroom soil, half of which spilled down the embankment. Authorized Service has a dumpster en route to remove the soil.
The right lane is currently blocked and traffic is slightly delayed in the area.
There are no reported injuries.
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