A Look at That Tanker Crash and Burn on I-30

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No doubt you've heard about, or read about, the fuel-tanker spill that closed down I-30 west of downtown early this morning. So happens good, good friend of the show Jeff Liles, who was on his way back to Oak Cliff after the Frankie Campagna memorial show at Club Dada at around 1:30 a.m, came across the fiery wreckage and documented some of the blaze. "It was nuts," he says. "You could see flames shooting 100 feet into the air. It was insane. And the creek was on fire." Shot from the Edgefield Avenue bridge over 30, just west of Sylvan.

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