UPDATE: Authorities say one of two northbound lanes on SR 67 near Mooresville are now open. The other is said to be open within an hour.
MOORESVILLE, Ind.– Mooresville police say a huge amount of vinegar leaking onto the road is causing traffic issues.
About 2,600 pounds of vinegar is leaking out of a semi, according to police. All northbound lanes of State Road 67 north of Allison Road are closed as a result.
The lanes have been closed since about 3 p.m. Police have not provided a timetable for reopening the lanes.
WTFD Hazmat assisting Morgan County with a large food grade Vinegar spill at State Rd 67 & Samuel Moore Parkway. pic.twitter.com/3Fhy0fXg3Q
— Wayne Twp Fire Dept (@Waynetwpfire) April 10, 2019
Mooresville/ Morgan County
State Road 67 in the area of Samuel Moore Parkway
Wayne Township Hazmat on-scene as well as Mooresville FD and Brown Twp FD
Unknown substance leaking from a semi trailer
— CIFGI (@CIFGI) April 10, 2019