The ethanol that spilled from a tanker truck Monday has gotten into the ground water. Officials from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management say they are working right now to clean up the waste. Monday morning a tanker truck carrying more than 7 thousand gallons of ethanol tipped over spilling some of its load. Idem check the dirt and found the ethanol had already seeped into the groundwater. Now theyre placing perforated pipes into the ground to soak up the water and ethanol. Workers say it will clean up 90 percent of the mess. Story on Monday Old Henderson road is still closed after a tanker carrying ethanol turned over Monday morning. It happened around 10-30. The truck was carrying 7-thousand gallons of ethanol and some of it leaked from the tanker. Emergency crews say they do not believe any of the ethanol is in danger of reaching the river. The driver of the truck, Kyle Boyd of Princeton, was taken to Deaconess hospital. The sheriffs department says winds coming out of the north-east carried vapors from the spill away from Evansville. Motorists are asked to avoid the area tonight.