Highway 30 Reopened Near Shiro After Accident, Hazmat Spill

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Highway 30 in Grimes County has reopened about a mile west of Shiro after an accident involving 18-wheeler cabs.

Witnesses in the area tell News 3 one cab was towing two others when the hitch broke. The two cabs being towed turned over on the highway.

Liquid natural gas spilled on the roadway as a result, according to DPS Troopers.

Hazardous material crews were on the scene. People were being kept at a significant distance as a result.

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