Overturned Sand Truck Leads to Hazmat Response in Waterford Township

An overturned sand truck led to a hazmat response early Tuesday morning in Waterford Township, Camden County, according to news reports. When you or a loved one are injured in an accident involving a truck you deserve to be compensated. Call an experienced Camden County truck accident attorney today to discuss your case.

Details About the Overturned Sand Truck

Emergency personnel were dispatched to the area of Route 30 and Route 73 in Waterford Township, Camden County, early Tuesday morning for the report of an overturned truck that spilled its load of sand and fuel.

The exact location was the White Horse Pike westbound ramp to Route 73 South. The spill of both sand and fuel led to a hazmat response. The driver of the truck was trapped inside and had to be extricated by firefighters upon their arrival. There is no word yet on the condition of the driver. Images from Chopper 6 show only a truck involved and no other vehicles.

The ramp was closed for the morning rush, causing significant delays in the area for both Route 30 and Route 73 as personnel worked to clear the area.

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