Semi Crashes into Power Pole: Spills Feed
Updated: Monday, March 25 2013, 12:34 PM EDT
DELAWARE -- American Electric Power crews are on the scene of a semi that hit a power pole at US 42 and Lake Street in Delaware.
The Tri Township fire chief says a local feed hauler rolled his truck at the curve.
The truck was hauling 5800 gallons of liquid hog feed with a milk by-product.
There is an environmental concern because the milk by-product kills fish and some of the feed made it into a creek that flow into the Olentangy River.
Majority of it is being held back by booms but some made it to the river.
The Environmental Protection Agency from Columbus on its way to see if there needs to be cleanup of the materials.
The driver was not injured.
No word on what caused the wreck.
AEP said no customers lost power because of this crash.
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