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Truck slams into a traffic light after being cut off on a major Melbourne road – causing a huge oil spill and peak-hour chaos for commuters on their way to work

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  • Serious truck crash is causing havoc on peak hour traffic in Melbourne
  • Truck crossed the median strip and crashed into a set of traffic lights
  • Fuel from the truck has spilled onto the road and now has to be cleaned up

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A serious truck crash on a major road is causing havoc on peak hour traffic in Melbourne[2].

A truck crossed the median strip and crashed into a set of traffic lights on Sydney Road just after 6am on Tuesday, Nine News[3] reported.

The driver said he was cut off by another motorist, and he is shaken up but uninjured.

A serious truck crash on a major road is causing havoc on peak hour traffic in Melbourne

Truck slams into a traffic light after being cut off on a major Melbourne road – causing a huge oil spill and peak-hour chaos for commuters on their way to work

A truck crossed the median strip and crashed into a set of traffic lights on Sydney Road just after 6am on Tuesday

Fuel has spilled onto the road after the crash and road maintenance crews are now forced to clean it up.

VicRoads is advising drivers to avoid the area until midday.

Southbound lanes on Sydney Road are moving but at an extremely slow rate.

Long delays are expected for all drivers in the area.

Some alternatives to Sydney Road are at Pascoe Vale Road, Edgars Road and High Street.

Truck slams into a traffic light after being cut off on a major Melbourne road – causing a huge oil spill and peak-hour chaos for commuters on their way to work

Southbound lanes on Sydney Road are moving but at an extremely slow rate

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References

  1. ^ e-mail (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  2. ^ Melbourne (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  3. ^ Nine News (www.9news.com.au)



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