Raleigh Firefighters Clean Up Gas Spill
Posted January 24, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — Raleigh firefighters have spent hours cleaning up a gasoline spill that shut down an intersection.
A delivery truck was filling up the tanks at a BP station at Wake Forest Road and Six Forks.
The tanks overflowed and spilled about 65 gallons of gasoline.
Firefighters worked to contain the spill to keep it from reaching a nearby creek.
Officials said that a small amount of gas reached Crabtree Creek, but that it was not enough to cause environmental damage.