Roads have been closed in a Detroit-area community as crews work to clean up a fuel spill.
A tanker was delivering fuel to an Oak Park gas station Monday when it clipped a valve and spilled hundreds of gallons of gas.
Gary Shore with the Oakland County hazardous materials team tells WWJ-AM some of the fuel entered the sewer system.
He says the fear is "gasoline vapors would find a source of ignition, and we'd have a large fire in the sewer system."
WDIV-TV reports a few businesses nearby were evacuated due to concern the fuel could ignite.
The state Department of Environmental Quality was expected to be at the spill site on Tuesday.