TUCSON, AZ - An early morning accident involving a Union Pacific train and a fuel tanker truck resulted in a diesel fuel spill on Tucson's south side on Friday.
Television station KOLD-TV reports that an undetermined amount of diesel fuel spilled and that Tucson Fire Department helped Union Pacific remove remaining fuel from the truck and clean up the area.
According to the Fire Department, the tanker truck's driver was taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
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