James Robertson Parkway ramp reopens to motorists - WKRN News 2

James Robertson Parkway ramp reopens to motorists


The James Robertson Parkway exit ramp is reopen after being closed for two days when a tanker truck carrying sulfuric acid leaked along Interstate 24 from Clarksville to Nashville.
The ramp was closed for over two days while crews worked on the ramp following the spill. It reopened Thursday morning shortly after 5 a.m.

A hazardous materials cleanup company and HAZMAT crews were called in to assist in the cleanup after 5,000 gallons of sulfuric acid leaked onto the highway.

A portion of I-24 east was also shutdown while crews cleaned up the spill and deemed it safe for motorists. The roadway reopened Tuesday morning just before the morning rush.

Motorists driving through the area are encouraged to check their tires for possible damage. Drivers concerned about their vehicles are urged to call Palm Freight Systems at 615-641-1225.

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