CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Crews are investigating how a diesel fuel spill in north Chesterfield will impact the environment.
The spill happened at the Exxon station located at 2117 Willis Road.
According to Chesterfield Fire, a nozzle came out of a tractor-trailer being filled with diesel fuel. Roughly 30 to 40 gallons spilled, but most went down a storm drain.
One lane of Willis Road was closed while the cleanup process took place. The lane has since reopened.
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