No serious injuries in semi crash
IRON MOUNTAIN - No one was seriously injured when two semi tractor trailers collided at the intersection of U.S. 141 and U.S. 2 in Breitung Township on Sunday.
Michigan State Police Iron Mountain Post reports that at 11:30 a.m., a semi tractor pulling a fuel tanker from Klemm Trucking was traveling north on U.S. 141 and entered the intersection.
While in the intersection, the Klemm truck, driven by Todd Vincent, 51, of Abrams, Wis. was struck by an eastbound semi and trailer from Gunville Trucking.
The Gunville truck, driven by Bradley Hawes, 36, of Vulcan, was unable to stop for the red light at the intersection.
Both U.S. 2 and 141 were shut down in the area due to road blockage.
Both drivers were treated and released at the Dickinson County Memorial Hospital.
Troopers at the scene were assisted by the Dickinson County Sheriff, Iron Mountain Police, Breitung Township Fire Department, Beacon ambulance, Dickinson County Road Commission, LR Vincent Towing, Wilson Towing, and Cerasoli Towing.
The crash remains under investigation.
IRON MOUNTAIN - Dickinson County authorities responded shortly before noon Sunday to an accident that snarled traffic near the south junction of U.S. 2 and U.S. 141 in Breitung Township just north of Niagara, Wis.
There were no reports of serious injuries, but the accident involved two semi-trucks, including one that was transporting fuel, according to police radio dispatches.