UPDATE: The Lafayette Fire Department says that Ambassador and Dulles Drive is still closed as crews work to clean up after a crash Friday morning but should open shortly.
Officials say that the crash caused a leak of Phosphoric acid which closed down the road for several hours. Officials say that hazmat had to unload the acid from the vehicle and clean the area which caused the closure and rerouting of traffic near the scene.
KATC has reached out to officials who say the roadway should be reopened by 5:00 pm
A crash involving an 18-wheeler and another vehicle have closed portions of Ambassador Caffery near Dulles Drive in Lafayette. Police say injuries are non-life threatening.
Lafayette Police say that one of the vehicles involved the crash on Ambassador is leaking a possible hazardous liquid. Motorists are asked to avoid the area. Traffic is being rerouted between Guilbeau Road and Eraste Landry
Lafayette Police is currently working a major accident in the 2300 block of Ambassador Caffery. One vehicle involved is leaking a possible hazardous liquid. Please avoid the area. All traffic is being rerouted between Guilbeau Rd. & Eraste Landry.
— Lafayette PD (LA) (@LafayettePD_LA) November 30, 2018