Sunday, August 24, 2003

No use crying: Crash spills milk



The Cincinnati Enquirer

A semi-truck carrying 4,500 gallons of milk overturned Saturday on the Fort Washington Way ramp from southbound Interstate 75, spilling at least half the milk.

Police said the driver of the truck swerved to avoid hitting debris in the road, lost control and then drove on top of a car parked on the shoulder.

Police did not have the names of the truck driver, the car driver or the passenger. The truck driver was not injured but the two in the car were treated for minor injuries at University Hospital and Children's Hospital and released.

The Ohio Department of Transportation was on scene to help clean up the milk, which mostly ran down drains.




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