ADA, Okla. -- A soap spill caused major headaches for commuters in Ada on Wednesday after a truck carrying the liquid spilled 200 gallons of the soap all over the intersection of Lonnie Abbott Highway and Country Club.
The fire department was called to assist with the problem at 12:15 on Wednesday afternoon and was forced to shut down the intersection.
A clean up crew from Wilson is on scene.
The intersection is still closed at this time.
We'll keep you posted on that situation as information becomes available.
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