A TRUCK towing a tanker filled with sulphuric acid caught fire near Darlington today.
Nanjing Night Net

CFA crews were notified around 10.35am that a prime mover was on fire.

It was towing a b-double tanker filled with 19,000 litres of sulphuric acid and authorities.

The incident occurred on the Hamilton Highway, about four kilometres west of Darlington.

The fire was doused quickly and the highway remained open.

Two tankers and a hazmat unit, as well as a police traffic management unit, were sent to the scene.

No one was injured in the incident.

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