FIFE, Wash. (AP) — A section of a major freeway in Washington state has reopened state after a tanker truck rolled over and spilled fuel near the Port of Tacoma.

The News Tribune reports that at least some of the 7,700 gallons of fuel the tanker was hauling spilled in the crash, which happened about 9:15 a.m. as the truck was approaching Interstate 5. The four-lane freeway closed for several hours Wednesday morning in both directions.

It reopened shortly after noon.

The driver wasn't hurt. Authorities had evacuated buildings within a half-mile radius of the scene.