Truck Accident Weekly Roundup: June 21 – June 28
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LSJ.com reports that a semitrailer crashed into a passenger vehicle on Homer Street and Sellers Avenue in Lansing Township, Michigan, crushing the driver’s side of the vehicle and leaving its two passengers injured. Emergency crews extracted the passengers and they were taken to a local hospital for treatment. The extent of their injuries is not currently known. This truck crash is still under investigation.
Tricityherald.com reports that a semi-truck caused a three-vehicle crash on Highway 395 in Kennewick, Washington when it slammed into the back of a pickup truck that had stopped in a construction zone. There were minor injuries in the truck accident and Washington State Patrol officers stated that the driver of the semi-truck could be cited for following too close and that the accident was caused by driver inattention.