TORONTO, ON - A collision involving a fuel truck during the morning rush has led to the closure of the Niagara-bound Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) west of St. Catharines. According to a report from CTV News, The collision took place shortly before 8 a.m. and involved a fuel truck, resulting in the leakage of thousands of liters of hazardous cargo into a ditch. The highway was completely closed in both directions for more than two hours, but by 10:20 a.m., the Toronto-bound lanes had reopened. However, Ontario Provincial Police announced that the messy spill of dangerous material would necessitate another full closure of the QEW in both directions in the early afternoon. It is unclear whether anyone involved in the crash sustained injuries as a result. Should any additional details come to light, our team will update this news blog.
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