1. Assume It Is Loaded With Fuel
Once a tanker is involved in an accident, it is safe to always assume its filled with inflammable content, even if you cannot see liquid coming out. Always assume it is loaded.
2. Don’t Try To Scoop Fuel
Even if you are very fast, in scooping liquid, at most you would scoop 50 or 100 litres. Is that how much your life is worth? Your life can’t be bought, fuel can always be bought.
Note: If you notice it is spilling its content already, run in a direction that does not have a trail/flow of the liquid. This is important, because a trail of fire, is faster than you are.
4. Leave Your Car There
Just like the above, leave your car, especially when there is traffic congestion. Leave it!, don’t try to lock it. Just run, stand at an extremely safe distance and watch your car from there. Once the road has been declared safe by the authorities, you can go back and pick your car. If it gets burnt, hustle and buy another car. Your life is worth more than all the Toyota cars ever built put together.
If you are in a public bus, do the same thing. Exit the bus and run with the instructions given above.
5. Call The Authorities
Once you are at a safe distance, contact the authorities to report the accident. You can dial 112 or 767, its free.