MILTON — Multiple agencies were on the scene Monday afternoon after an oil tanker rollover caused some spillage and traffic delays.

Brandi Whitehurst, public information officer for Santa Rosa County, said the rollover occurred around 12:44 p.m. Monday east of Ward Basin Road near Interstate 10.

The tanker was carrying 5W-30 oil. The rollover caused some spillage, which emergency crews were working to clean up Monday afternoon.

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According to a press release from Florida Highway Patrol, 46-year-old Danny Wimbish of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, was traveling eastbound on the interstate on the outside travel lane when the left tire on the steer axle blew out causing the semi-truck to veer across the inside travel lane and into the center median completely overturning several times. The semi came to a final rest northeast partially blocking the inside lane of westbound I-10.

Westbound traffic on I-10 was down to one lane at one point. By Monday afternoon, both lanes were open but still "heavily backed up," Whitehurst said.

Wimbish was taken to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola and is listed in serious condition, FHP said.

Florida Department of Environmental Protection estimated that less than 30 gallons of motor oil was released onto the road.  Sand was placed under and around the tank to absorb the oil, said Brandy Smith, spokesperson for Florida DEP Northwest District.

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Skyline Fire Rescue, East Milton Fire & rescue, Baghdad Volunteer Fire Department, Florida Department of Transportation, FHP, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Santa Rosa County Emergency Management and Lifeguard Ambulance Services all responded to the call.