Load of timber crashes through car windshield, injures driver
Posted on Monday, November 23rd, 2020 at 5:44 pm
QUINCY, WA – One driver suffered minor injuries after a load of wood planks came loose from the trailer they were being hauled in and crashed into the driver’s windshield.
#Breaking – Pickup/trailer lost a load of wood which struck a passenger car on SR28 near MP22 (Trinidad Hill west of Quincy). Fortunately, minor injuries only. Tow on scene. Always take your time to #SecureYourLoad – Get someone else to double check! pic.twitter.com/EWYjdLMsEM
— Trooper John Bryant (@wspd6pio) November 23, 2020
According to Washington State Trooper John Bryant, the accident happened on State Route 28 near Quincy. The wood planks came loose because they were not properly secured in the trailer, which was being pulled by a pickup truck.
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