Municipalities urge MTO to revamp road rules after fatal pileup, chemical spill - Ottawa - CBC News

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By Andrew Foote, CBC News Ottawa, April 7, 2017

Municipalities along Highway 401 in eastern Ontario are calling on the province to update its road safety rules in the wake of a massive pileup last month that left a truck driver dead and caused a dangerous chemical spill.

The pileup between Brockville and Kingston on March 14 involved 30 vehicles and shut the major highway for more than a day after fluorosilicic acid spilled from tractor-trailers.

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