Motor Vehicle Incident & Fire near Charlie Lake
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|Incident Date||March 27, 2019|
|Name||Motor Vehicle Incident & Fire near Charlie Lake (DGIR: 184714)|
|Nearest Community||Charlie Lake, B.C.|
|Who is involved?||B.C. Ministry of Environment & Climate Change Strategy (ENV), Fort St John Fire Department, Energetic Services|
Response Phase Detail
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Most Recent Update
March 28, 2019 - 9:50 am
A tanker truck carrying condensate was involved in a motor vehicle incident north of Fort St John near Charlie Lake yesterday evening (March 27, 2019). The tractor portion of the truck caught fire and Fort St John Fire Department responded to the scene.
Energetic Services, the response person (owner of the truck and tanker), hired Trojan Safety Services to put out the fire and prevent the tanker contents from being consumed. Salvage operations are expected to take place today. Environmental impacts appear to be confined to the site at this time.
No further updates are anticipated.