Sometime in the morning, a Jeep ended up striking a semi-truck as the truck was turning left, injuring both drivers. Both Keil, who was in the Jeep, and Shoen, who was in the semi-truck, were hospitalized, though their injuries were non-life threatening.
The crash occurred at 2:40 a.m. on I-10 at the 3.5 mile marker, which is west of Mobile near Grand Bay. Maria Elena Lemus, 41, was driving a in a 2002 Ford Windstar when the van side-swiped a 2012 Freightliner tractor-trailer, ran off the road and overturned.
Shortly after 12:00am, a semi-truck carrying used computer hardware smashed through stopped traffic on I-10, hitting 10 other vehicles, spilling its contents across the roadway, killing four people, and injuring four others; some of the vehicles were even damaged beyond recognition
Sometime in the evening, a truck ran a red light at the intersectino of Argonne and Sprague and struck another vehicle before finally running into a Banner Bank building. Though the driver responsible was hospitalized with minor injuries, no one else was injured in the accident.
A Mena woman died Friday morning when her car crashed with a tractor-trailer. Carolyn Standridge, 66, was driving a 2000 Lincoln on U.S. 71 near Mena. John Draper, 46, of Shreveport, La., was driving a tractor-trailer north on 71.
Details on the crash itself are limited, but Douglas Pray was driving the pickup and all of the other victims were passengers inside when it veered off of the roadway and landed upside-down, and all were injured.
Sometime in the afternoon, a pickup truck driven by Donald crossed the center line of State Road 32 for an unknown reason and struck a trailer driven by Billy Dunnagan, 55. While Donald was killed in the crash, Dunnagan was not even seriously injured.
A car and a semi collided at Route 100 and Schoeneck Road in Lower Macungie Township Wedesday night, killing Sally Romano, 53, of Macungie. The accident was reported during a light snowfall at 7:30 p.m.
A semi truck driver was stopped to pay a toll in the easbound lanes of the Polk Parkway toll plaza when Joshua Daniel Serrano of Lakeland crashed into the back of the trailer with his 2004 Lexus. Serrano died at the scene.
Just after 10:00am, Jackson was driving on I-295 and was approaching a truck that was going in the same direction but much slower, as it had needed to pull over to check a light and was still accelerating. Jackson failed to slow, rear-ended the semi-truck, and died from the impact.
Thomas J. Overbeck of Deiterich was killed when his car crossed into oncoming traffic on Illinois 33 and was hit by a semi driven by Jerry Cross, 48, of Willow Hill. Cross swerved but was unable to avoid hitting Overbeck's vehicle, and Overbeck died at the scene.
Robert Archuleta was driving eastbound on US 380 when he ran into the back of a semi-truck that was stopped in the wrong lane. Visibility was extermely poor at the time due to heavy fog. Archuleta has since been pronounced dead.
A pickup spun out on I-90 while descending from the summit at Snoqualmie Pass, causing three semi-trailers to crash, according to one of the truck drivers. One of the semis tipped onto its side after he lost control trying to avoid the spun-out pickup, but the semi driver is OK.
John Greer of Nashville was hauling wood pallets on I-24 north of Nashville Tuesday when he lost control of his semi-trailer truck, crossed the median, and then hit a FedEx truck driven by Michael Donley of Villa Grove, Illinois.
On Monday about 4:50 p.m, a man was driving west in a semi-trailer truck near milepost 342 hit a patch of ice while going around a curve, sliding off the road and over an embankment, and finally striking a guardrail, killing the driver. Two vehicles then collided with the
Shortly before 3:00pm, a the driver of a southbound pickup truck struck a stop-sign, drove over the median, and hit an SUV in the northbound lanes. The collision killed the driver and a dachsund that were in the pickup, as well as a passenger in the SUV.
The driver of the car, Tyrone Spencer, 36, and passenger, Chenis Jefferies, 23, were killed when their passenger vehicle collided with a semi Thursday at around 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. Highway 72 and Norfolk Southern Access Road.