BELGRADE – Operations are resuming as planned at Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport after a fuel truck flipped over on the general aviation ramp Thursday afternoon.
A driver walked away with only minor injuries after losing control of the fuel truck when the weight from the fuel shifted while the driver was making a turn.
Airport Police and Fire, Central Valley fire department, and Best Rate Towing responded and are helping with cleanup
“It’s a process, obviously when you have fuel, it’s very important environmentally to handle that correctly and between us and the Central Valley Fire, and Best rate towing we’ve been making sure is done correctly,” said Brian Sprenger, airport director.
Yellowstone Jet Center is continuing to investigate the accident.