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Driver snaps delivery truck hose at gas station, spilling 100 gallons

Cleanup makes impact minimal

A crew worked on cleaning up a gas spill at a Gulf station yesterday morning in Weymouth after a driver ran over and severed a hose attached to a gasoline delivery truck. A crew worked on cleaning up a gas spill at a Gulf station yesterday morning in Weymouth after a driver ran over and severed a hose attached to a gasoline delivery truck. (Yoon S. Byun/ Globe Staff)
By Vivian Nereim
Globe Correspondent / June 29, 2009

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WEYMOUTH - More than 100 gallons of gasoline spilled onto Main and Winter streets around 8:45 a.m. yesterday after a woman drove over and severed a hose at a Gulf gas station, according to fire officials. (Full article: 371 words)

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