Fuel Tanker Ignites on Highway in Nuevo León, Mexico #Shorts

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A fuel tanker ignited in the municipality of Montemorelos in Nuevo León, Mexico, on March 15, according to officials. #shorts

Footage of the wreck, taken by Juan Sauceda Lugo, shows billowing black smoke and a line of traffic.

The driver had lost control of the truck, which was carrying thousands of liters of gasoline, Canal 6 reported.

The Government of Montemerolos said the fire was under control as of the afternoon of March 15. No injuries have been reported.

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