U.S. 250 in between Fork Ridge Road and Route 88 in Marshall County is now open after a propane tanker truck heading north overturned, crashed into a barn and spilled its diesel fuel just before Noon Saturday.
The Marshall County Sheriff's Office reopened the road at 9 p.m. Saturday.
Fire crews evacuated the area, and were able to contain the diesel spill.
Fortunately, propane did not leak from the truck.
The driver was sent to a nearby hospital with unknown injuries.
Authorities said no one was inside the barn at the time of the accident.
Crews also faced the extreme temperatures during the clean-up process.
"We got a lot of people from the fire department and civilians bringing us ice and water and fluids," said Fire Chief Richard Earnest of the Limestone Volunteer Fire Department. "We have the Salvation Army canteen truck coming to help alleviate some of the problems."
Authorities said the cause of the accident is being investigated.
Both Limestone and Cameron Volunteer Fire Departments, the Marshall County Emergency Management Agency, West Virginia Department of Highways, West Virginia State Police and the Marshall County Sheriff's Office were all on scene.