• May 25, 2023

One Injured Truck Accident on Highway 18 in Grant County, WI

Grant County, WI — May 23, 2023, at least one person was injured following a semi-truck accident at around 12:50 p.m. along Highway 18.

Authorities with the Grant County Sheriff's Department said that the crash took place at the intersection of Highway 18 and Annaton Road.

One Injured Truck Accident on Highway 18 in Grant County, WI

It appears from initial reports that a Ford Fusion was going westbound along the highway. Ahead of the Ford, police say that a dump truck slowed to turn onto Annaton. The Ford in turn slowed, as well. Behind the Ford, however, details say that a semi-truck with a grain trailer failed to slow down and crashed into the back of the Ford. This wedged the Ford between the two commercial trucks. The dump truck also collided with an oncoming Buick.

As a result of the crash, details confirm that the driver of the Ford was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries. Reports suggest three others had injuries, but they did not say those victims were transported from the scene. No further information about the accident is available at this time.


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