Littlefield, AZ (July 9, 2019) – Authorities have been working on the investigation of an accident where two tractor-trailers collided, which led to injuries.
The accident took place initially on Saturday when two tractor-trailers collided with one another and tore both trailers open, leading to severe damages. Police claim that masses of corn chips were sent across the roadway, making a mess close to 6:00 p.m.
Authorities said that a 2019 Freightliner was headed north going about 65 mph and failed to observe that traffic stopped in both lanes. When he hit the brakes, his tractor-trailer ran into the rear right of another tractor-trailer.
The impact was so forceful that 10 cases of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos were sent scattered across the roadway.
The driver in one of the trucks was treated for lacerations at the scene and then taken to the hospital. The driver of the 2019 Freightliner that did not stop was cited for failure to control his speed.
The investigation into the accident is ongoing at this time.
Our sincerest thoughts are genuinely extended to the party injured in this accident.
Commercial truck accidents continue to take place across Arizona for many reasons each year. In fact, the Arizona Department of Transportation has reported that about 12,413 accidents took place in 2012 alone, and these accidents continue to happen on higher levels each year. If you have been injured in an Arizona truck accident, you have many rights to compensation.
Our attorneys at ELG Law understand how difficult it can be to deal with the aftermath of a truck accident. You might wonder how you can be compensated for a variety of aspects, such as lost wages, medical bills, and more. Please do not hesitate to contact us at (623) 562-3838 for more information on how we can assist you.
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