Highway 99 reopened in Tulare County after Big Rig accident
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The California Highway Patrol has re-opened a section of Highway 99 in Tulare County shut down by a fuel spill.
Dozens of drivers could do little more than watch as authorities dealt with a tanker leaking ethanol on Highway 99 near Goshen.
The northbound lanes were shut down for about two hours while crews transferred the leaking fuel.
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