Truck hauling mud loses control to slow for a car, crashes in Arlington
Posted on Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 at 4:23 pm
ARLINGTON, WA – The driver of a truck hauling a load of mud failed to slow down in time for a car turning left from 59th Ave NE at State Route 530, causing the truck to roll.
We’re on scene of a non-injury collision at 59th Ave Ne & SR530 in #arlington. Initial investigation shows the truck didn’t slow in time for a car turning left on 59th Ave, locked up the brakes & lost control to avoid the car. The truck was hauling mud. pic.twitter.com/XBFnU9xV05
— Trooper H. Axtman (@wspd7pio) November 4, 2020
According to a tweet from Washington State Trooper Heather Axtman, neither the truck driver nor the driver of the car was injured. However, the spilled mud on the roadway necessitated a temporary closure between Smokey Point Blvd. and Highway 9.
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