M62 chemical spill that affected North Lincolnshire motorists "biggest for a decade"
A CHEMICAL spillage that affected some North Lincolnshire motorists has been described as the biggest in the region for a decade.
The M62 between Goole and Selby reopened on Saturday evening after a major chemical spillage, which affected motorists travelling on the M18 in and out of North Lincolnshire.
A tanker overturned and spilled a flammable, toxic chemical across the road on Friday evening. The motorway was subsequently closed in both directions after Humberside Fire and Rescue Service put a 300-metre exclusion zone in place around the tanker following the incident.
The Highways Agency had to wait for the area to be made safe before they could repair the road and replace a section of the central reservation that was cut away.
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A spokesman for the Highways Agency told media that the service believe it was the biggest chemical spill in the region for a decade.