I-93 Reopens in Canton Following Truck Crash, Fuel Spill

Police called the fuel spill "significant," and a long clean up was required

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Two trucks crashed on Interstate 93 northbound in Canton, Massachusetts, on Wednesday morning, causing significant delays on the highway during commuting hours.

The crash happened near Exit 2, and caused a fuel spill, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation said. All northbound lanes were shut down just before 8 a.m. The right lane was reopened as of 8:17 a.m., and the scene was cleared by 10:43 a.m.



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Massachusetts State Police said as of around 8:30 a.m. that the ramp from I-95 northbound to I-93 northbound was closed due to the crash. Police called the spill "significant" and said that there will be a long clean up.

Drivers have been asked to find an alternate route.

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