Law enforcement officials reported a traffic accident involving a tractor-trailer and a SUV on Northwest 6th Street that sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries.
Authorities reported that the crash happened when the driver of a tractor-trailer crashed through guardrails, crossed the median, and hit the driver of a Sports Utility Vehicle head-on. Troopers said the driver of the SUV traveled eastbound when the westbound truck lost control. The tractor-trailer was hauling recycled paper products.
Emergency crews arrived within minutes to render first aid. They transported the SUV driver to the hospital. Presently, the driver’s medical condition is unknown.
Meanwhile, investigators interviewed the truck driver and said they would examine the truck for mechanical malfunctions. Authorities have not released any additional details.
Police are still investigating the crash incidence.
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