Overturned tanker lorry with fuel brief on N.J. Turnpike ramp jams trade for miles

UPDATE: N.J. Turnpike lanes re-opened after large cleanup from tanker lorry crash, fuel spill

Crews are still on a stage Thursday morning cleaning adult hours after a tractor-trailer overturned on a New Jersey Turnpike off-ramp in Middlesex County and tangled trade for miles.

The lorry flipped only after midnight on a ramp from southbound Exit 10 in Edison, according to 511nj.org, a state dialect of transportation’s trade website.

Southbound trade is corroborated adult past Newark Liberty International Airport about 13 miles away, according to SigAlert.com.

As of 6:15 a.m. workers were still requesting froth to a highway in an bid to soak adult fuel.

State Police couldn’t immediately be reached for some-more information.

Jeff Goldman might be reached during jeff_goldman@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @JeffSGoldman.

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