Road back open after carbon dioxide leak forced closure - WNEM TV 5

Road back open after carbon dioxide leak forced closure

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Courtesy: Stephanie Dunn Courtesy: Stephanie Dunn
MIDLAND COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

A Midland County road re-opened after all the carbon dioxide leaking from a truck was released.

Saginaw Road was closed from Bay City to Mark Putnam from about 12:32 – 2:25 p.m. on Tuesday for the incident.

Video from Stephanie Dunn showed the truck as it was releasing carbon dioxide into the air.

Officials told TV5 that a cap broke on the tanker truck, forcing officials to wait until all the carbon dioxide was released before sending the tanker truck back to Dow.

No injuries were reported.

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