Sunrise Highway Eastbound Lane Reopens After Chemical Spill - 27 East

Sunrise Highway Eastbound Lane Reopens After Chemical Spill

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A chemical spill burned a swatch of grass on the shoulder of Sunrise Highway, closing one of its lanes Wednesday morning.

A chemical spill burned a swatch of grass on the shoulder of Sunrise Highway, closing one of its lanes Wednesday morning.

Fire Marshal Chris Hansen begins to inspect container found at the site of a chemical spill off Sunrise Highway.

Fire Marshal Chris Hansen begins to inspect container found at the site of a chemical spill off Sunrise Highway.

Kitty Merrill on Sep 15, 2021
A chemical spill closed one of the eastbound lanes of Sunrise Highway near Exit 64 in East Quogue on Wednesday morning, September 15. The spill was observed by a passing... more

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