CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. — A diesel fuel spill has shut down a highway in Cherokee County.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office tweeted Tuesday that Knox Bridge Highway will be closed for an indefinite period west of the bridge due to the spill.
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At the time of their tweet, deputies were waiting on officials from the Georgia Department of Transportation to respond to the site of the spill.
There is no word on what caused the fuel spill.
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ROAD CLOSURE ALERT!!— Cherokee Sheriff’s Office (@CherokeeSO) January 17, 2023
Knox Bridge Highway west of the bridge will be shutdown for an indefinite period of time while deputies wait on GDOT to respond to a major diesel spill . pic.twitter.com/wKq9FP6OZl
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