A driver suffered serious injuries on December 6 in Milwaukee after he was involved in a semi-truck accident, an article of Fox 6 reported.
According to reports, the Highway 100 southbound lanes were temporarily closed after a compact vehicle and a semi-truck collided at S. 108th and W. Morgan Avenue. The semi-truck was traveling southbound on S. 108th while the small vehicle was traveling eastbound on Morgan when they crashed at the intersection. The compact vehicle driver, only identified as a 33-year-old man, was freed from his vehicle by the West Allis Fire Department from being before he was taken to the hospital. The truck driver, only described as a 54-year-old man, did not flee the crash scene and cooperated with investigating authorities.
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