No injuries after semi-truck crashes into WSDOT vehicle on SR 18
Posted on Thursday, December 10th, 2020 at 6:54 pm
KENT, WA – A semi-truck crashed into a Washington State Department of Transportation vehicle that had been assisting with a separate accident on State Route 18 near SE 256th St, but no one was injured.
This crash involves a semi that struck a WSDOT vehicle that had been assisting a separate incident in the median. Fortunately, no injuries reported. Please be alert this afternoon and give crews extra room to work. pic.twitter.com/FbwdRTOXay
— WSDOT Traffic (@wsdot_traffic) December 10, 2020
According to the WSDOT Twitter account, the accident happened around 2 p.m. on Thursday. The WSDOT vehicle had been parked in the median of the highway at the time of the accident. It is not clear why the semi-truck crashed into it.
If you have been injured in an accident, or have lost a loved one to the reckless actions of another, the Seattle personal injury attorneys at Caffee Law are poised to help you fight back. We have helped numerous people through the legal process and are ready to aggressively represent you as well. Contact us at (206) 899-5415 or online to speak with an attorney today.
Note: The attorneys with Caffee Law send our hearts out to the victims of serious accidents. Even though we see the pain and suffering accident victims endure through our daily work, it never becomes easier to hear such tragic news. We compose our blog using publicly available news sources. Sometimes stories are updated as more details surface. If our post becomes outdated or inaccurate, please let us know so that we may update it.
Disclaimer: This blog's aim is to increase awareness of severe injuries and their effects so that fewer individuals and families go through the painful and traumatic process of seeing a loved one hurt or killed in an accident. These are difficult topics, but we hope that our readers can use the information found here to help them avoid being involved in an accident. The information presented here does not construe legal advice.