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Truck Hydroplanes, Spills Dish Soap Into Creek in Botetourt Co. - abc27 WHTM

Truck Hydroplanes, Spills Dish Soap Into Creek in Botetourt Co.

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Botetourt Co., VA - A truck carrying dish soap spilled its load into a creek on I-81 Wednesday morning, creating a bubbling mess.

Botetourt County officials says the truck hydroplaned near mile marker 168 and slid off into the creek.

The truck was carrying about 14,000 bottles of lemon dish soap, and about half of it spilled in.

Officials say there seems to be no damage to fish or wildlife.

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