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Cement Truck Overturns, Leaking Fluids Into Tulsa Creek

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Tulsa cement mixer is overturned in a ditch. Tulsa cement mixer is overturned in a ditch.
The truck overturned in a ditch along East Pine. The truck overturned in a ditch along East Pine.
A Tulsa fire captain said the truck had a blowout before overturning. A Tulsa fire captain said the truck had a blowout before overturning.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

A cement truck overturned and leaked some fluids into a Tulsa creek. It happened in the 11700 block of East Pine shortly after 8 a.m.

Tulsa Fire Department including Hazmat crews were called in to clean up the spill and wreck. A Tulsa fire department captain said 50 gallons of diesel and seven gallons of motor oil have possibly leaked into the small creek

Police say the vehicle had a blowout on the left front tire, leading to the wreck near Pine and Garnett.

Tulsa Police Sergeant Jerrod Hart said he doesn't believe speed was a factor.

No one was seriously injured, but the driver was taken to the hospital to be checked out. Emergency responders say he had some bruising.

The truck was not carrying any cement at the time of the rollover wreck. No other vehicles were involved.

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