TAMPA, FL – A chain reaction collision on I-275 led a Kenworth garbage truck to overturn, leading it to spill sand and diesel fuel, resulting in four people sustaining injuries Wednesday.
WFLA said the events of the crash unfolded before 7:45 a.m. when a driver of a Ford F-150 struck the back of a Ford F250. The motorist of the Ford F250 had allegedly failed to reduce their speed, resulting in the rear end. When both pickup trucks collided, they then crashed into a concrete wall.
The Ford F150 driver then struck a Dodge Challenger and then into the dump truck, which led the Challenge and garbage truck to roll over.
The Challenger motorist, dump truck driver, and Ford F250 operator all suffered minor wounds, while the Ford F150 driver was left in serious condition.
The exact details leading up to this crash have not been made available.
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