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Eastbound lanes of Highway 401 reopen at Leslie after fuel spill

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A busy stretch of Highway 401 running through Toronto has reopened after a fuel spill shut down several lanes early Thursday.

Ontario Provincial Police said around 4:40 a.m. that the eastbound express to collector transfer lanes of the highway were closed at Leslie Street following a fuel spill from a tractor trailer.

The lanes were closed for several hours, but reopened around 7 a.m.  

No injuries were reported.

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