Marcia Stewart slid on an oil spill at the Shedden Rd./Dorcy Dr. roundabout and ended up hitting the airport perimeter fence on Thursday morning. She was uninjured. - PHOTO: MARK MUCKENFUSS

An oil spill temporarily shut down the roundabout at Shedden Road and Dorcy Drive, beside the Owen Roberts International Airport runway, Thursday afternoon.

Police spokesman Mikhail Campbell said a truck was responsible for the spill, which happened around 10 a.m. and left residue on the roundabout and for about 100 yards up Shedden Road.

The spill resulted in at least one accident. Marcia Stewart said she was navigating the roundabout, heading onto Crewe Road, when her van started to slide. It went off the road and ploughed into the chain-link fence on the perimeter of the airport runway. She was not injured.

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