A semi-truck hauling a extremely flammable load exploded after crashing into one other truck in Ohio, intense video reveals.
Footage of Wednesday evening’s fiery crash on the Ohio Turnpike in Lorain County reveals a big fireball erupting from one truck containing resin or glue after slamming into one other semi on the roadway.
Giant flames and plumes of smoke spewed from the totally engulfed semi-truck within the eastbound lanes of the turnpike at I-90, video reveals. The large hearth broke out after the crash at about 8:15 p.m., WOIO reported.
Troopers from the Ohio State Freeway Patrol responded to the scene and located two vehicles ablaze – one on the appropriate shoulder and a second on the left, in accordance with the station.
The hearth was then rapidly accelerated by one of many semi’s incendiary load, the OSHP stated.
Each the eastbound and westbound lanes have been briefly closed alongside the turnpike from exit 142 to exit 140, however reopened early Thursday.
Miraculously, authorities stated no accidents have been reported within the spectacular wreck. The reason for the crash stays below investigation, WKYC reported.