Deadly Accident Closes One Lane of Interstate 80 Today
A deadly accident has shut down two lanes of Interstate 80 in Carbon County today. The crash involved four vehicles. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene. The other five were taken to area hospitals. The accident remains under investigation by the Illinois State Police. It is unclear why the drivers of the two vehicles involved were traveling at such a high speed. However, police are urging drivers to use caution, as the crash could result in serious injuries.
Greyhound bus and car collide on highway 80 in Kidder Township
The police have not yet revealed the cause of the crash. It is likely that driver fatigue, health issues, or excessive speed contributed to the accident. However, one Pennsylvania personal injury law firm has filed a lawsuit against Greyhound Bus lines and is awaiting the results of its investigation. VB Attorneys has handled numerous cases against Greyhound and is confident that we will be able to secure a successful outcome for our clients.
The collision occurred on a busy highway near the town of Kidder Township in central Pennsylvania on Friday morning. A Greyhound bus was traveling west on I-70 near mile marker 112 when it rear ended a flatbed tractor trailer that was hauling baled garbage. The collision left a dead woman and 44 injured, including a child and the driver of the flatbed truck. The bus was carrying 49 passengers from New York City to Cleveland. The driver of the bus had been with the company for 12 years and had plenty of rest.
The accident was the result of a truck and bus collision on I-80 westbound near the Williamsport exit. The bus struck the back of the tractor-trailer, killing the woman who was on board. Fortunately, the truck driver was not injured. The bus was traveling from New York City to Ohio, and the driver was not hurt in the crash. It is unclear whether the bus driver has any injuries.
The school bus driver allegedly failed to disclose a medical condition that could have deprived him of his commercial driver’s license. As a result, he passed out while driving and the bus crashed into a tree. The bus driver was arrested on charges of felony child abuse, reckless endangerment, and perjury by declaration. Baum Hedlund Law Group is representing two students in this case.
Interstate 80 lanes shut down after fatal crash in Carbon County
The Wyoming Highway Patrol is reporting that a fatal crash has closed one lane on Interstate 80 near Kidder Township. The accident involved three tractor trailers. One truck was traveling at a slow speed and had its hazard lights on, when it collided with a second truck in the left lane. The second truck was then disabled on the highway. Three people were killed and many were injured.
The two semitrailers involved in the crash were headed westbound on I-80. While the exact number of victims is unknown, the accident left one truck stranded and several others mangled. The crash shut down the eastbound lanes for more than three hours. Emergency personnel responded to the scene. The state police confirmed one death in the crash, a medical emergency. Multiple injuries were reported, with 66 vehicles involved in the crash, including 11 passenger vehicles and 55 commercial trucks.
A semi truck and a tractor trailer collided in a crash Friday night on Interstate 80. The tractor-trailer driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash caused lanes to be shut down for most of Friday. Traffic was detoured onto routes 6 and 209 as a result of the collision. A cynomolgus macaque monkey was also injured in the accident.
The vehicle lost control and crashed into two other cars, killing one person and injuring several others. Hazmat was called to the scene to clean up the accident. The crash was the result of a fuel spill, and the two other drivers lost control and hit the crash. The crash caused multiple lanes to close down and was a full stoppage on Interstate 80 in Carbon County. If you’re traveling eastbound today, avoid the area until the accident is cleared.
The accident is causing widespread traffic delays in the area. State police said one person was killed in the crash. Interstate 80 lanes will remain closed for some time. One exit will remain open at Route 80 East for the time being. If you’re driving to the area, be sure to plan ahead of time for traffic delays and check out the latest on traffic incidents. If you’ve been injured in a crash, don’t be afraid to call 911. The victims of this fatal crash deserve compensation.
As part of the investigation, news reports reported that all westbound lanes of Interstate 80 were closed for 9 hours after a jackknifed tractor-trailer caused a chain reaction involving up to 20 cars. Currently, the highway is closed from Exit 4A to Exit 15, and it’s unclear if the crash was a pedestrian accident or not.
Illinois State Police investigates crash on highway 80 in Boggs Township
A crash on Interstate 80 in Boggs Township, Illinois, killed a 63-year-old man on Tuesday morning. The man, who was traveling northbound, was pronounced dead at the scene. The crash was reported to have involved two semitrailers. Fire companies from Snow Shoe and Citizen’s Hook and Ladder responded to the scene. The roadway was closed for a few hours while police investigated the crash.
On May 2, police received reports of indecent exposure and a vandalism on a trailer on Turner Road. On April 30, five catalytic converters were stolen from salvaged vehicles. PSP Clearfield is asking for information. The investigation is ongoing, and the public is encouraged to report any information. In addition to the crash, the Illinois State Police are investigating an indecent exposure case involving a man in Boggs Township.
The collision is still under investigation, but the speed of both vehicles is suspected as a contributing factor. The roadway was closed for 4 hours and OSP is investigating whether impairment was a factor. Illinois State Police, ODOT, and Sweet Home Fire Department assisted with the investigation. The driver of the westbound Ford F250, Derek Ellis, was killed in the crash. The investigation focuses on speed as the leading cause of the accident.