• January 11, 2017

Trucker Injured in Warren County, MS, Rollover Accident on I-20

Warren County, MS -- January 6, 2017, a truck driver was injured following an accident in which his 18-wheeler lost control and crashed.

Vicksburg authorities and Warren County investigators responded to the accident, just east of the Louisiana border. The crash occurred on I-20.

Current reports indicate that an 18-wheeler was traveling westbound on the interstate near the Indiana Avenue exit. As it did so, authorities report that one of its tires experienced a blowout. This caused the semi-trailer to lose control and swerve to the side of the highway.

Once on the side of the road, the 18-wheeler flipped over onto its side and skidded to a stop. The driver of the 18-wheeler suffered non-critical injuries and was transported to Merit Health Regions Hospital.

No further details were released on this accident.

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