Semi-truck swerves to avoid hitting a deer, crashes on SR 112
Posted on Tuesday, September 29th, 2020 at 12:12 pm
CLALLAM COUNTY, WA – Washington State Troopers responded to a semi-truck accident on State Route 112 just west of Clallam Bay where the driver swerved to avoid a deer and crashed.
#Clallam: SR-112 mp 22 (west of Clallam Bay) DOT, troopers, and a tow are on scene with a one semi, injury collision that is blocking with alternating traffic in place.
The driver reportedly swerved to miss hitting a deer. Please #BePatient if in the area.
— Trooper Chelsea Hodgson (@wspd8pio) September 29, 2020
According to WSP Trooper Chelsea Hodgson, the accident happened on Monday evening around 8:42 p.m. The driver of the semi reportedly suffered some injuries, but Hodgson did not specify how severe they were.
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