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Gasoline truck involved in Connecticut truck accident

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March 10, 2011

A truck carrying gasoline overturned, causing a Connecticut truck accident, Reuters reports.

The truck driver tried to avoid hitting a car that got in his lane, causing the Connecticut truck accident.

Nearly 9,000 gallons of gasoline spilled onto Interstate 91 in the Connecticut truck accident. The truck driver and the other driver were taken to hospitals with Connecticut truck accident injuries.

State environmental officials were called to the Connecticut truck accident to empty the truck of the rest of the fuel to get the scene of the accident cleared.

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What hazards are presented when a truck carrying gas causes a Connecticut truck accident? Do you think environmental laws should be reviewed for the transportation of environmentally harmful contents?

If you or someone you know has been injured in a Connecticut truck accident, the Connecticut truck accident lawyers at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers can help.