Two Hospitalized in Two-Truck Collision on U.S. Highway 12
Malone, WA (June 12, 2020) – On Friday, a 32-year-old John Lamb of Onalaska, and 63-year-old Glenn Coulver of South Prairie sustained injuries after a two-truck collision on U.S. Highway 12.
Reportedly, Lamb was traveling in a 2001 Kentworth semi with one trailer at about noon when the vehicle veered into westbound traffic, colliding with a 1996 International semi-truck with two tanker trailers driven by Coulver.
Then the International semi continued through a fence, two houses, and a residential camper trailer while the Kentworth semi jackknifed, blocking both lanes.
Consequently, both drivers sustained injuries. Coulver transported to Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma while Lamb transported to Providence St. Peter Hospital.
Furthermore, the state patrol said Lamb would face a charge of second-degree negligent driving.
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