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Tractor Trailer Spills Degreaser on Burch Ridge

April 2, 2014

PROCTOR — Burch Ridge Road remained closed this morning as environmental clean-up crews working with the West Virginia Division of Highways manage a spill from a tractor trailer accident....

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anutterview

Apr-03-14 1:51 PM

1derY posts "nutter- sort of like the chemical spill in lower wv that put 300,000 people out of water, and filed bankruptcy the next day. You are a very funny poster! Wonderwhy you make stuff up?"

1derY - Are you saying that my post stating that the trucking company's insurance company will be billed for the cleanup is wrong? Why continue to wonder, call WVDOH to find out if they bill the vehicle owner for the costs to repair damages, who will either pay the cost or turn it in to their insurance, and call the Emergency Management Agency to see if they pass along the clean-up costs to the vehicle owner as well.

As far as your SORT OF LIKE example goes, you must see that equating a chemical spill resulting in enormous financial losses in southern WV and resulting in the responsible company seeking bankruptcy protection (Court distribution of assets), compared to a highway cleanup by Haz-Mat crews is a non-persuasive argument to rational thought processes.

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wonderwhy

Apr-03-14 11:30 AM

nutter- sort of like the chemical spill in lower wv that put 300,000 people out of water, and filed bankruptcy the next day. You are a very funny poster! Wonderwhy you make stuff up?

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dyingov

Apr-02-14 6:44 PM

uncommon, You ever travel on Birch Ridge? Interstate specs would require an interstate! LOL

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Apr-02-14 6:26 PM

AGAIN if the crooked politicians would have insisted these roads be upgraded to "interstate" specs these things wouldn't happen!

They got the bribes now WE get the cancer!

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LogHog

Apr-02-14 3:31 PM

Maybe the good people of WVa can get all their slime bag politicians together and scrub them with this degreaser to clean up the corruption in their state... Hey, if it works, other states will follow.

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TrollSlayer

Apr-02-14 1:46 PM

But keep waving your hands and squawking in your inimitable loony fashion because it's soooooo entertaining... LOL

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anutterview

Apr-02-14 1:07 PM

Appalachia -I suspect that each governmental agency involved in the cleanup will bill the truck owner's insurance company.

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SaveAppalachia

Apr-02-14 12:14 PM

And just who exactly will foot the bill for this clean up effort?? Company or tax payers... (haha just joking, we all know its the tax payers!)

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