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Little Rock auto accident causes fire

by rhs | July 29th, 2010

July 29, 2010

If your commute on South University and Interstate 630 was slowed recently, chances are it may have been because of a Little Rock truck accident and fire.

According to Arkansas Online, the Little Rock truck accident occurred when a truck hauling cars caught fire in the rear. The truck was not heavily damaged as a result of the Little Rock truck accident, but traffic was affected because of lane restrictions.

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Little Rock truck accident blocks part of I-40

by rhs | July 22nd, 2010

July 22, 2010

Did you experience a traffic block on Interstate 40 between Burns Park and Crystal Hill recently? If so, you may have seen the aftermath of a Little Rock truck accident.

According to FOX 16, the Little Rock truck accident occurred on Interstate 40 and caused the westbound lane to be blocked while crews worked the scene.

The Little Rock truck accident left the driver with a few injuries and his truck with some damage after it overturned.

The cleanup began when the tanker truck, which was carrying 9,000 gallons of diesel and gas, had its contents removed and put into another tanker truck so the crew could get the truck upright again after the Little Rock truck accident.

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Truck driver cited in Arkansas truck accident

by rhs | July 15th, 2010

There are many hazards on the road, and often drivers of smaller vehicles may be intimidated by larger vehicles. There may be good reason to exercise extra caution on roadways by being aware of your surroundings.

One Arkansas truck accident illustrated the value of paying attention to the road, according to 40 29 TV.

The Arkansas truck accident occurred when a semi-truck was wobbling as it rounded a curve. The driver of a pickup noticed the wobbling, but unfortunately the semi overturned shortly after, causing the Arkansas truck accident.

The Arkansas truck accident sent the semi-truck driver to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The driver of the pickup truck had to crawl out of the passenger side of the vehicle after the Arkansas truck accident.

Both drivers were wearing seatbelts at the time of the Arkansas truck accident.

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Little Rock truck accident blocks three lanes

by rhs | July 1st, 2010

If you were traveling on Interstate 440 at Interstate 30 westbound recently, you may have experienced a delay when a Little Rock truck accident blocked three lanes of traffic, according to Fox16.

The Little Rock truck accident occurred when an 18-wheeler overturned on the roadway and caused three lanes of traffic to close. The truck was carrying auto parts at the time of the Little Rock truck accident.

Roadways worked to clear the scene and all lanes were reopened about 10 hours after the Little Rock truck accident occurred.

No Little Rock auto accident injuries were reported following the crash.

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