A Fatal Accident Closed Down I-94 Today
If you’re driving in the Minneapolis area today, you may have noticed that i-94 westbound at Beech Daly was shut down for hours after a fatal accident. A semitruck driver sustained severe burns in the wreck and a woman was found unresponsive in a Chevrolet passenger vehicle. Her mother says she doesn’t know why her daughter swerved into oncoming traffic. A preliminary investigation will determine whether or not the driver’s underlying medical conditions contributed to the accident.
i-94 westbound at Beech Daly was closed for hours
An automobile accident on the westbound I-94 at Beech Daly today killed a mother and the driver of another vehicle. The accident closed the freeway for several hours and involved two separate vehicles. A sedan struck a pickup truck and the truck crashed into a semi in the center lane. The semi driver was uninjured and the deceased driver was not identified yet. The circumstances of the accident are still under investigation. Until further details are available, drivers are encouraged to avoid the area.
When troopers arrived, they found the semi truck and the sedan driver rolled onto their respective sides. The semi truck blocked the center and left lanes. The sedan driver had already gotten out of the car when the crash occurred, but the driver of the pickup truck was pronounced dead. Both drivers were taken to local hospitals, where they later died. The semi truck driver was not injured.
i-94 sedan and pickup caught fire
An I-94 crash that killed two people on the freeway today is still under investigation by Michigan State Police. The crash happened on westbound Interstate 94 in Taylor, MI. A sedan crashed into a pickup truck, which crashed into a semi. When the two vehicles collided, they came to rest on the left shoulder of the freeway. After the crash, the pickup and sedan caught fire and were destroyed by flames.
The bodies of the two drivers have not yet been identified, and the Lake County Coroner’s Office is still conducting an investigation. State police and the FBI have not released additional details about the fatal accident. If you are interested in learning more about the accident, subscribe to the Patch news service’s free newsletter and alert service. You’ll never miss a story about the crash again! We hope this article has been helpful in providing you with important updates.
i-94 semitruck driver suffered severe burns
A pickup truck and a sedan collided on I-94 in San Diego today, causing both vehicles to catch on fire. Both vehicles were pushed to the side of the road. Upon arrival of first responders, the sedan driver and pickup truck driver were already out of their vehicles. Both drivers suffered severe burns, and both were transported to the hospital for treatment. The semi truck driver was uninjured in the accident.
A semi-truck driver was killed in a crash on the Interstate 94 near the town of Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, today. Another semi-truck driver was critically injured, and two other victims sustained injuries. The crash occurred at about 11:00 a.m. in the Mount Pleasant area, when a truck traveling south hit the median wall and exploded, causing debris to scatter into the northbound lanes. As a result of the chain-reaction crash, all lanes of the highway were shut down for several hours, and emergency crews were working around the clock to clear the wreckage.
woman found unresponsive in a Chevrolet passenger vehicle
A 55-year-old Washtenaw County man was pronounced dead in his car, and a 27-year-old Summit Township woman was taken to Henry Ford Health with non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the semi-truck was not injured. The crash remains under investigation, and alcohol or drugs were not a factor. The crash has halted westbound I-94 near the Clear Lake Road exit for about five hours.
A trooper notified EMS and began CPR as soon as possible after the crash. First responders located the woman in a Chevrolet passenger vehicle. Paramedics from Lincolnshire-Riverwoods Fire Protection District responded. The woman was pronounced dead at Advocate Condell Medical Center. The driver of the semi-truck refused to receive medical attention.