A trucker could face charges after his semitrailer rolled on an Interstate scattering a load of tomatoes.
A Highway Patrolman says the 36-year-old truck driver was driving east around 4 a.m. Tuesday when he descended a hill too fast and couldn’t negotiate a curve in the road. He says the driver suffered minor injuries.
The Highway Patrolman says the wrecked semitrailer was struck later by another eastbound vehicle. He says an adult and child in that vehicle were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. He expected the driver to be cited for undetermined traffic violations.