Louisa County, Virginia — A box truck and a semi-truck collided in rural Louisa County last Thursday morning near Mineral, leaving two men seriously injured. They were later identified as Bruce Martin, 21, and Adam Wilkins, 37.
Wilkins is from Woodford and Martin is from Louisa. Police said that Bruce Martin was driving a white box truck along Route 623 (Chopping Road) last Thursday (December 11, 2014) at about 10:55 a.m. while Adam Wilkins was driving a semi-truck in the opposite direction.
At some point along Chopping Road, their vehicles collided after one of them swerved into oncoming traffic. The wreck resulted in both Martin and Wilkins being taken to a hospital, but didn’t result in any life-threatening injuries or fatalities.
Right now, police think that Martin’s box truck may have been the one to swerve into oncoming traffic, but they’re not sure.
Approximate Site of the Accident
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