Two hurt in Iowa truck accident

Two truck drivers on December 29 suffered injuries after getting involved in an accident in Iowa, an article on kcrg.com reported.

Reports said the two-truck accident occurred at around 2:00 a.m. on Highway 13 and Hess Lane. Trailer truck driver Debra Kiser reportedly was moving to the shoulder when another truck struck her from behind. The truck driver who caused the collision, identified as Joe Lomax, said he did not see the other truck. A statement from the sheriff’s office said that both drivers were transported to a hospital in Cedar Rapids, but are expected to make a full recovery.

Sadly, many people involved in truck accidents are often left severely injured or even permanently disabled. However, compensation may be awarded to you if reckless drivers are liable for your sufferings. Find out how the legal team of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. may advocate for you today by calling 877-327-2600.



Semi truck collision in Hanlontown kills 2 young girls

A van carrying six young girls in Hanlontown ran through a stop sign on Tuesday morning and was struck by a semi truck.

The impact of the collision caused three of the girls to be ejected from the van, killing two on impact. The third girl was airlifted to a nearby hospital and was listed in critical condition.

The 22-year-old female driver was taking the girls to an area where they could participate in canoeing. The girls were involved in a program that would allow them to incorporate different nature adventures into their summer schedules.

Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the young girls.



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