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Driver Escapes Fiery Fuel Tanker Rollover With Minor Injuries

 Tuesday, November 24, 2015


A tractor-trailer driver suffered minor injuries after the tanker truck he was driving crashed into a guardrail Sunday in Paris Township. According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Derek W. Johns, 39, of Marshville, Ohio, was traveling east on Route 5 about 6:35 a.m. when he went left of center and hit a guardrail. The tanker then flipped over, splitting open the tank containing 8,000 of gasoline. The gas immediately caught fire and consumed the truck. Johns, who was using his seat belt, was able to release himself and break the windshield to escape the truck.

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