Plow truck driver suffers back injury after car runs stop sign
Posted on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 at 10:21 pm
PASCO, WA – The driver of a Washington State Department of Transportation plow truck sustained injuries to their back after a passenger vehicle ran a stop sign and struck the plow truck on US 395.
For the third time this season one of our plow trucks was hit Saturday when a car didn’t stop at a stop sign on US 395 near Pasco. Our driver went to the hospital with back pain. The car was towed away. So please be focused, alert & give plows plenty of room. pic.twitter.com/2x7wnp0z2x
— Washington State DOT (@wsdot) December 8, 2020
According to a tweet from WSDOT, the plow truck driver was taken to the hospital with complaints of back pain. It is not clear whether the driver of the passenger car was injured. WSDOT reported the incident via Twitter around 8 a.m. on Tuesday.
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