Update on I-65 Semi Accident


Press Release from Robertson County Emergency Management Agency
July 2, 2017
On July 1, 2017 Emergency crews responded to an overturned semi hauling gas on I-65 North at the 108 mile marker. The commercial vehicle leaked approximately 7400 gallons of 87 octane gas with ethanol bend into the creek. If you smell fumes around your homes it is recommended that you turn your heating and air unit off. If the fumes are causing any medical issues you’re encouraged to call 911 and seek medical attention. Premier Protection and Southern Environmental Hazmat companies are on the scene remediating the soil and water ways in the effective area.  If you have livestock that drink from the creek / pond and can secure them from these water sources do so. The White House Water District has tested the water and the city water IS NOT CONTAMINATED OR AFFECTED IN ANY WAY.

 

 

 

If you have any questions please contact the Robertson County Emergency Management Agency.

 

R.L Douglas – 615-533-2462

Kenny Hardaway – 615-806-4584

 

 Robertson County Emergency Management