Itasca County, MN — A man was hurt in an accident with a semi-truck in Itasca County, Iowa, on Thursday, June 25, 2015. The accident took place on Highway 65, near the intersection with County Road 58, around 6:30 in the morning.
The driver injured in the accident was identified as Edwin Anderson. At this time, how the accident happened isn’t clear. Anderson was taken to Fairview Range Medical Center for treatment.
The driver of the semi was identified as 53-year-olod James Maynard. He wasn’t hurt in the crash.
The accident is currently being investigated by local police.
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Scene of the Accident
There hasn’t been much information released about how this accident happened, and hopefully that underscores the importance of the investigation following the crash. Evidence begins to disappear almost as soon as the accident takes place. Witnesses leave the scene and forget what they saw. Surveillance footage is erased or re-used. Skid marks are washed away. It’s in a victim’s best interests to have those things documented as soon as possible, because they can really be key in determining who’s at fault in an accident like this.
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