Possible Fuel Spill Shuts Down Bradley Sinclair

By: KKCO NBC 11 News Email
By: KKCO NBC 11 News Email

Grand Junction, Colo. (KKCO NBC 11 News) - A possible fuel spill shuts down the Bradley Sinclair gas station at Patterson and 25 Road. It happened around 6 am Thursday. According to KKCO crews on the scene, both entrances to the gas station were closed off. A fuel truck was parked near the pumps with a Grand Junction Fire Department truck parked directly behind it. The truck's driver was seen talking with and leading emergency crews around the scene. One ambulance and one HAZMAT truck were also on scene. Firefighters were seen cleaning up a liquid, possibly fuel, on the ground surrounding the pumps. No injuries were reported. Patterson and 25 Roads were not closed during the incident. Bradley Sinclair was reopened shortly after crews arrived on scene. No official word yet on what caused the incident.


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