• September 16, 2022

Injuries Reported in Dual Truck Accident on Route 17 in Blooming Grove, NY

Blooming Grove, NY -- September 15, 2022, injuries were reported following an accident where two commercial trucks crashed on Route 17.

Investigators reported that the incident happened in the afternoon hours of Thursday along the eastbound lanes of Route 17. Exact circumstances surrounding the crash are unclear at this time.

Blooming Grove, NY Dual Truck Accident Causes Injuries on Route 17

Details say only that an 18-wheeler and a flatbed tow truck crossed paths and collided. Due to the crash, a helicopter came to the scene for one of the victims. It's unclear who was hurt and what their condition is at this time. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Dual Truck Accident on Route 17 in Blooming Grove

I'm going to be a little bit blunt here due to the likely serious nature of the injuries here. Put simply, I would not wait around for police to handle a crash like this. As skilled as the officers may be, the fact is that not all departments prioritize accident reconstruction. That means officers don't always have the experience or equipment for a serious wreck, let alone a crash involving two large commercial trucks. Without the right steps to anticipate these shortcomings, important details can easily slip through the cracks.


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