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Kamehameha Hwy reopened after oil spill

MILILANI, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Kamehameha Highway between Lanikuahana Avenue and Ka Uka Boulevard has been reopened after an oil spill shut down the highway Thursday morning.

An oily substance was found along about a quarter mile stretch of road. Originally traffic was being contra-flowed through the area, but a vehicle spun out due to the oil. No injuries were reported.

Fire crews arrived on scene to clean the roads.

It is not clear what caused the spill.

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