Fuel truck rolls over and burns on I-70 in Frederick County
A driver was killed when his fuel truck rolled over and burst into flames on I-70 in Frederick County on Tuesday.
FREDERICK, Md. - Maryland State Police have identified the driver who was killed when his fuel truck rolled over and burst into flames on I-70 in Frederick County on Tuesday.
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State Police and Frederick County emergency crews responded to the scene near Exit 68 in Mt. Airy around 3 p.m.
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They say William Costigan, 57, of Damascus was found dead at the scene.
Investigators do not know why Costigan’s fuel truck swerved off of the roadway and into the median.
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The highway was shut down in both directions while crews worked to clear the scene, and State Police investigated the crash.
I-70 remained closed until about 9 p.m.