At around 10:30am, 6 elderly women were in a van on their way to a luncheon when they came to a stop sign. The driver, Deanna Anderson, properly stopped at the stop sign, but did not properly yield to cross-traffic, and the van was hit by a pickup truck.
A truck carrying over 2000 piglets was allegedly going too fast on an I-465 ramp and rolled over. The driver was not injured, but about 700 of the pigs died either at the scene or were taken to a medical center and then succumbed to their injuries or were euthanized.
Thomas Sweigard, 53, of Columbus, was approaching a construction zone in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 70 near Route 4 in Clark County late Thursday night when he changed lanes to pass slowed traffic.
One man is dead and another critically injured after a semi-truck carrying a load of pavers veered across three lanes of traffic and rear-ended four vehicles, causing one of them to burst into flames on northbound I-17 in Phoenix 6:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Sgt. Jeffrey Greene, a Union County deputy, was stopped in his patrol car in a turn lane at an intersection when a tractor-trailer rolled over onto the car in a freak accident. The incident happened at about 7:30 a.m. on Highway 74 in Monroe.
Ty Rylander, 20, of Pittsfield, Illinois was driving southbound on U.S. Route 67 near CR 1150 N., which is Grant Street in Macomb, when his car crossed over the center line and into the path of a tractor trailer.
Patrick Paquet, a truck driver from Quebec, was driving on Route 27 when he lost control of his L'Breton Transport truck and crashed, nlocking the road and spilling approximately 65 gallons of fuel. Eustis firefighters arrived and were able to contain the spill. Paquet was not injured.
James Marshall Warden was driving an 18-wheeler on Highway 183 and was traveling on the ramp to the MoPac Expressway when the truck crossed over the concrete median and fell off Highway 183, overturning and catching fire.
At about 5:46am, a pickup truck containing Ragle as the driver and Giles as a passenger was traveling east on Stewart Road when Ragle lost control and the pickup truck turned sideways and began to skid.
At around 7:25pm, two pickup trucks that were allegedly racing drove through a red light. One of the trucks managed to avoid the crash and left the scene, but the other ended causing a five-vehicle pileup that killed a woman in her 70's as well as injured the driver and four others.
At 1:19am, authorities received a report of a sedan driving north in the southbound lanes of the 110 Freeway who was allegedly weaving through oncoming traffic to evade deputies. Later, theye received a report of a collision involving the same car.
A tractor-trailer crossed the median and crashed into two minivans in the opposite lanes of Interstate 80 on Saturday afternoon. 44-year-old James Ednie and one of his passengers, 41-year-old Tanya Gooden, both of Cheyenne, were in the second minivan that was hit and were killed in
The crash was reported about 7:50 a.m. at milepost 7 on US-218 between Austin and Lyle, Minnesota. Richard D. Hurt, 69, of Grand Forks, ND, was driving the semi. The name of the male driver of the car is not available. No word on anyone's condition.
Sometime in the evening, a pickup truck was driving at a high-speed and lost control at a curve, causing the vehicle to spin out and come to rest in the southbound lanes of LA 24. Another pickup truck traveling southbound then struck the stationary truck and both vehicles combusted.
In the evening, a group of firefighters in an aid car were returning from a call when they collided with another car in an intersection, causing three firefighters to be hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.The occupants of the other vehicle were not injured.
A 16-year-old Whitefish girl died when the car she was driving pulled into the path of a logging truck at about 4:30 p.m. Monday at an intersection on Highway 40 southeast of Whitefish, Montana. The driver of the truck, a 64-year-old man, was not injured in the crash.
A woman was stopped on the side of northbound I-5 at milepost 102, because her car was apparently disabled. A semi traveling at about 58 mph left the road and rear-ended the vehicle, and the woman was killed in the crash. No names have been released. More information pending.
Whitfield was driving a 2006 Lexus ES330 east in the westbound lanes of I-40W/Bus85S when he collided with a 2004 Freightliner semi-trailer truck, which was headed westbound and driven by Harold Mitchell Doster Jr., 45, of Charlotte.