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I-890 oil spill cleaned up in Schenectady

Schenectady firefighters and the haz-mat team responded to a large oil spill on the entrance ramp to I-890 Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Schenectady firefighters and the haz-mat team responded to a large oil spill on the entrance ramp to I-890 Tuesday.
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The city’s hazmat crew cleaned up a significant oil spill Tuesday on Interstate 890. About 50 gallons of oil covered a quarter-mile of the highway, just west of Exit 4C, near Schenectady County Community College, Deputy Fire Chief Kurt Gerfin said. “It’s a lot,” he said of the spill. Firefighters closed the right lane and tested the oil. It was mineral oil — a product likely used in trucking operations, although Gerfin could not definitively ...


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