Authorities have reopened a Southern California mountain road, days after a tanker truck spill poured thousands of gallons of gasoline onto the road and into a nearby creek.
The Riverside Press-Enterprise says State Route 38 in the San Bernardino Mountains reopened Monday evening. It's the main route between Redlands and Big Bear.
Three miles of road were closed last Friday after the truck flipped, spilling about 4,600 gallons of fuel.
A half-million dollar cleanup involved tearing up a section of the road, removing tons of contaminated dirt, flushing the creek with clean water and repaving.
Cleanup is expected to continue for several more days.