Milk truck flips in Lawrenceburg leaving milk streaming down the street

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LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (WTVQ)- A milk truck flipped over Tuesday afternoon, spilling some of its 6,000 gallon load at the intersection of Jenny Lillard and Eagle Drive, shutting down Jenny Lillard at Nathan Way for hours.
According to police, the truck’s load shifted as the driver made a turn and the truck flipped, leaving milk pouring down the street.
A tow truck came in to remove the tanker.
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