ICBC reports high volume of claims after poison spills on highway
It has set adult a dedicated phone line for drivers
A vital mining association has apologized after dual poison spills progressing this year shop-worn a vast series of vehicles in southeastern British Columbia.
Teck Resources says a dual spills of sulphuric poison happened on Apr 10 and May 23, along a bustling commuter track in Trial, after a association sole a poison and it was being moved.
In a initial spill, about 220 litres of poison leaked as a lorry trafficked a 16-kilometre widen of highway, and in a second, about 70 litres dripped from a lorry over 6 kilometres along a same route.
Teck says both spills were spotless up, no poison seeped into area waterways and there is no repairs to roads or bridges.
But a Insurance Corporation of B.C. says it is traffic with “an intensely high volume of claims” from car owners.
It has set adult a dedicated phone line for drivers who might have trafficked a road. An confidant who answered a line says a poison has a intensity to erode car undercarriages, generally stop lines and stop systems.
Teck says a spills are unsuitable and a association is “working with a parties concerned in poison travel to forestall any recurrence.”
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