Fuel leak contained after O’Hare crash that left 1 injured

One person was taken to Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge in fair-to-serious condition, fire officials said.

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One person was injured in a crash between a car and a delivery truck March 2, 2020, on an access road at O’Hare Airport.

One person was injured in a crash between a car and a delivery truck March 2, 2020, on an access road at O’Hare Airport.

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One person was injured in a crash that caused a fuel leak Monday at O’Hare Airport.

A car collided with a delivery truck shortly before 5 a.m. on an access road at the airport, according to the Chicago Fire Department.

One person was taken to Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge in fair-to-serious condition, fire officials said.

The crash caused the truck tospillfuel and prompted a hazardous materials response, which has since been secured, according to the fire department.

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