Semi-truck collides with car head-on, blocks Shelton-Matlock Rd
Posted on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020 at 4:10 pm
MASON COUNTY, WA – A semi-truck hit a passenger vehicle head-on Tuesday morning at the intersection of Shelton-Matlock Rd and Stoner Rd.
Two vehicle collision, shelton matlock rd & stoner rd. This is a semi vs small car head on due to icy roads. Roadway is blocked. Please avoid the area, If you are in the area please find alternate routes at this time. We will update with more information soon. ~ 1V102 pic.twitter.com/yyViPf1t55
— Mason County Sheriff (@MasonCoSheriff) December 1, 2020
According to a tweet from the Mason County Sheriff, icy road conditions contributed to the accident. Shelton-Matlock Rd was blocked due to the accident and travelers were advised to seek alternate routes. No injuries were reported.
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