ROGERS COUNTY -- An overturned semi trailer truck carrying home building supplies and some chemicals closed a stretch of U.S. Highway 169 in Rogers County Saturday.
The highway was closed for 11 hours, re-opening at about 1:30 p.m.
The spill was first broadcast as hazardous chemicals spill, but there were no hazards to the public, said Rogers County Emergency Management Director Bob Anderson. The semi was carrying a wide variety of goods, including plumbing supplies and other home goods - even mouse traps and pillows for a Norman store.
There were some liquid containers that spilled on the highway, but the contents were not hazardous, Anderson said.
The highway was first closed just after 2:30 a.m.
The spill was handled by Northwest Fire Protection District in Oologah and Sooner Emergency Management, as well as OHP and Rogers County Emergency Management.