Brownstown, IN – Scott Pelfrey was injured after an accident involving two semi-trucks on U.S. 50 on December 1, 2015.
According to reports, Scott Pelfrey was driving a semi-truck along U.S. 50 when his semi-truck slid on some oil and jack-knifed before crossing the center line of the roadway into the path of another semi-truck, driven by Scott Simkins. The collision caused Pelfrey’s truck to leave the roadway, travel down a hill, and come to rest in an embankment.
Scott Pelfrey , 48, sustained serious injuries in the accident. He was transported to Schneck Medical Center in Seymour before being transferred to a different hospital in Indianapolis.
Scott Simkins sustained minor injuries and refused treatment.
No charges have been filed at this time.
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