• March 14, 2019

Injuries Reported in 18-Wheeler Accident on US-30 in Warsaw, IN

Warsaw, IN -- On March 11, 2019, a collision between two tractor-trailers at a red light in Warsaw caused injuries to some of those involved.

The Warsaw Police Department say the incident happened around 6:40 a.m. on U.S. Highway 30 near near its intersection with County Road 200 N. One of two eastbound trucks on US-30 stopped for a red light and the truck behind it reportedly didn't notice it had stopped, plowing into the rear of its trailer. After the initial collision, the rear truck crossed over the median and turned over on its side in a roadside ditch.

Only minor injuries were reported in the wreck. Diesel fuel also reportedly spilled, requiring HAZMAT cleanup.

No further information is available.

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