A statement from Police Superintendent Michael J. McGrath, posted on The Inquirer's website, says that it is being treated as a HazMat incident because of concerns that spilled fluids could reach nearby sewers.
Police, fire and Montgomery County HazMat officials are on the scene, McGrath wrote. He said there currently is no timeline for reopening the road.
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