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KRGV reports a tow truck accident that occurred on Wednesday, May 11 at 9pm in McAllen, Texas. According to police, a bus was traveling on Highway 77 near Victoria when a tow truck pulled out in the path of the bus, injuring 21 people and killing 1. The truck driver was given a citation for failure to yield the right of way.
DL Online reports an accident involving a semi tractor-trailer rig on Friday, May 13 at 5:43am in Frazee, Delaware. According to DL Online, the driver of a 1993 Ford Tempo slowed for a deer on East Main street when he was rear-ended by a 2003 Peterbilt semi tractor-trailer. The driver of the Tempo was freed from the wreck by the jaws of life and was taken to the hospital for back and neck injuries.
The Seattle Times reports a fatal semi-truck accident that happened on Tuesday, May 10 at 3:30am in Arlington, Washington. A Honda Accord with 2 occupants was rear-ended by a semi-truck on Interstate 5 near 172nd Street. A 75 year-old female passenger in the Honda was killed and an 87 year-old male driver was airlifted to the hospital with injuries.
The Green Bay Press Gazette reports a 12-vehicle crash including a semi-truck on Wednesday, May 11 in Appleton, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin State Patrol said traffic had slowed on US 41 near Richmond Street for construction when a semi-truck driver failed to stop and hit the vehicles that had slowed and come to a stop. Seven people were injured in total, with one transported by air to the hospital for serious injuries. Traffic between Wisconsin 441 and 47 was closed for over 4 hours.