Driver injured in two-truck crash on I-70 WB in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, MO — A 50-year-old man was injured Thursday morning in a collision involving two conventional trucks on Interstate 70 westbound in St. Louis, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The accident happened in the westbound lanes of I-70 east of mile marker 237 and was reported by Trooper R. K. Stone at 9:40 a.m.

A 2013 International truck was stopped to aid roadside maintenance when a 2017 Peterbilt truck attempted to merge onto lane two and was unable to do so. The Peterbilt then side-swiped the International.

The driver of the International truck was transported to SSM DePaul Hospital with minor injuries.

The driver of the Peterbilt, a 35-year-old man, was not reported injured.

Both vehicles sustained minor damages in the accident and were able to be driven from the scene.

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