Two Crossville roads are back open after a fuel leak that caused problems for days.
Crews first noticed the leak more than a week ago in Crossville, but didn't see any major spilling until Friday. Since then, they've worked to clean up the fuel, which made its way into some storm drains.
Tuesday, they reopened Miller and West avenues to traffic.
Crews went underground to check for gasoline in storm drains, but didn't find any.
Authorities say the only cleanup that still needs to be finished is on the gas station's property.