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U.S. 30 SEMI-TRUCKS CRASH: Highway reopened

February 3, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY – US 30 HAS BEEN REOPENED AFTER A SEVERAL-HOUR LONG CLEAN-UP BY WHITLEY COUNTY'S HAZMAT TEAM.
THE ACCIDENT INVOLVING TWO SEMIS, IN THE WEST BOUND LANE ON U.S. 30 NEAR THE ALLEN / WHITLEY COUNTY LINE.

NO SERIOUS INJURIES WERE REPORTED IN THE ACCIDENT, BUT A TRAIL OF DIESEL FUEL AND OIL WAS LEFT BEHIND THE TRUCKS AS THEY SKIDDED APPROXIMATELY 200 YARDS FROM THE POINT OF COLLISION.

CRASH: U.S. 30 shut-down after double semi collision

February 3, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY — U.S. 30 at the intersection of CR 800 E has been shut down after two tractor-trailers crashed.
According to police scanner traffic, one semi allegedly ran a red light.
Three patients were transported to Parkview Whitley Hospital with minor injuries.

MOTORIST ALERT: Heavy fog descends on Whitley County

February 3, 2012

COLUMBIA CITY – Heavy fog gripped Whitley County roadways about 5 a.m. Friday, making morning travel hazardous. Visibility was well under one-quarter mile in spots.

Motorists are advised to factor in the fog with their travel plans early Friday.

Conditions were expected to steadily improve by 9 a.m.

The fog was leaving behind a picturesque coating of hoar frost on the landscape.

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