Man dies in crash on SR-512 near milepost 9 in Puyallup on May 30
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An 8,500-gallon tanker truck hauling gasoline crashed and burst into flames near train tracks on a New Jersey highway Thursday morning, briefly snarling several rail lines and closing streets, officials say.
A tanker truck hauling 6,000 gallons of milk overturned Thursday afternoon and crashed into a home in Hunker, Westmoreland County.
A tanker truck overturns and crashes into a home in Hunker, spilling several thousand gallons of milk in the yard.
Authorities said the crash happened when the driver of the tanker lost control on a bend on Sportsman Road.
A tractor-trailer hauling 11,000 gallons of gasoline overturned and caught fire on Route 24 in Fall River today, snarling the morning commute in Southeastern Massachusetts for at least two hours as public safety agencies asked residents near the crash site to voluntarily evacuate.
A man died in motorcycle accident outside Burnt Woods Monday after he slammed into the back of a pickup truck.
At approximately noon, the man was on his motorcycle headed east along Highway 20 just west of Burnt Woods. According to witnesses, he passed a vehicle and moved back into the eastbound lane, said Oregon State Police.
At least 1,000 gallons of ethanol spilled from a tanker trailer that flipped on its top after it crashed on Highway 17 a few miles south of Moses Lake today. The truck was heading north when the driver, identified as Darryl J. Roy of Kennewick, lost control and hit the guard rail, according to the Washington State Patrol.
A 46-year-old Marion man was killed Monday morning when he crashed into the back of a semi-trailer truck on U.S. 56 near Hillsboro, the Kansas Highway Patrol reported.
A 65-year-old Beech Grove man died of injuries sustained in a Thursday-night crash on Interstate 70 in Hancock County, police said.
Frank Adams was driving a Chrysler 200 eastbound in the westbound lanes of the interstate when he collided about 10:30 p.m. with a semi-tractor trailer about a half-mile east of Ind. 9, said the Greenfield Police Department.