UPDATE: Up to 100 gallons of diesel spills down storm drain
Firefighters work to contain a diesel spill coming from a semi-truck at Canyon Country Firestone on Thursday, August 31, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal
By Christina Cox
Thursday, August 31st, 2017

A Hazmat team was called to the 27000 block of Sierra Highway when up to 100 gallons of diesel went down a storm drain, according to officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

The call came in at 12:54 p.m. when a semi-truck began leaking fuel into a storm drain at Sierra Highway and Flying Tiger Drive.

Both Hazmat Task Force 150 and Engine 107 responded and were on scene in five minutes, according to a spokesperson with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Los Angeles County Fire Department also notified California Fish and Game of the spill.

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Christina Cox

Christina Cox

Christina Cox is a multimedia journalist covering education, community and breaking news in the Santa Clarita Valley. She joined The Signal as a staff writer in August 2016.

UPDATE: Up to 100 gallons of diesel spills down storm drain

A Hazmat team was called to the 27000 block of Sierra Highway when up to 100 gallons of diesel went down a storm drain, according to officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

The call came in at 12:54 p.m. when a semi-truck began leaking fuel into a storm drain at Sierra Highway and Flying Tiger Drive.

Both Hazmat Task Force 150 and Engine 107 responded and were on scene in five minutes, according to a spokesperson with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Los Angeles County Fire Department also notified California Fish and Game of the spill.

ccox@signalscv.com
661-287-5575
On Twitter as @_ChristinaCox_

About the author

Christina Cox

Christina Cox

Christina Cox is a multimedia journalist covering education, community and breaking news in the Santa Clarita Valley. She joined The Signal as a staff writer in August 2016.