Trafalgar Road has reopened following a diesel spill due to a three-vehicle collision north of Milton at Sideroad 10.

Fuel was leaking from a tanker truck that rolled over into the ditch as a result of the collision. The truck was transporting approximately 8,000 litres of diesel, approximately 250 litres of gasoline and rolled over into a ditch trying to avoid a collision.

Neither the diesel or gas leaked into nearby waterways.

Halton police say there were no life-threatening injuries . 

Police reported that a Volvo had stopped along Trafalgar to turn into a business. The fuel tanker reportedly rear-ended the Volvo, sending it into the ditch where it then rolled onto its side. A man and woman in the car were both transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 

The transport driver was not injured. 

The third vehicle involved was a Halton paramedic ambulance, travelling with a patient in the back. The ambulance was clipped on its side. It stopped briefly, but because it was transporting a patient, it moved on shortly afterwards.

The Ontario Ministry of Transport was called to the scene and reported that workers would remove and dispose of all the spilled diesel.

Map of trafalgar and sideroad 10