Longview road re-opened after hydraulic oil spill - Tucson News Now

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Longview road re-opened after hydraulic oil spill

LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

A major Longview road has been re-opened after a hydraulic oil spill had it closed Tuesday morning.

Gum Springs Road was closed between Cotton and Eastman and Eastman Road was down to one lane on the southbound side between Cotton and Gum Springs for several hours Tuesday morning.

HAZMAT crews have cleaned up the spill and traffic is back to normal in the area.

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