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An accident involving a semi-trailer truck on an exit ramp to Interstate 295 in South Jersey on Saturday morning spilled nearly 380 liters of diesel fuel onto the roadway, New Jersey State Police and a county hazardous materials department chief said.

The truck left the highway about 7:22 a.m. and struck the guardrail near the northbound exit 21 in West Deptford, a state police sergeant said. No injuries were reported, but fuel from the truck spilled and the exit was closed.

Some of the fuel entered a sewer, but most remained on the road, Andrew Halter, director of Gloucester County’s hazardous materials division, told NJ Advance Media.

The leaked sewer line was treated by the county’s hazardous materials department and a private company was called.

The northbound ramp for exits 21 and 22 remained closed until noon, Halter said.

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On June 29 at 7:22 a.m., troopers responded to a car crash on I-295 North Milepost 21.6 in Deptford Twp., Gloucester County. According to a preliminary investigation, a semi-truck left the roadway and struck the guardrail. No injuries were reported. The crash remains under investigation and no further information is available at this time.

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