Three people were injured Wednesday when two semi trucks carrying logs collided in Minnesota near the Canadian border, according to Northlands News Center.
The trio of victims from the accident in International Falls, Minn., were airlifted to Essentia Health St. Mary’s hospital in Duluth.
Northlands News Center reported that at roughly noon one of the semis slowed down because of a vehicle on the side of the road on Highway 11. That truck was then hit in the rear by a second semi. The second semi jack-knifed and hit an oncoming pickup truck, according to Northlands News Center.
A passenger in the pickup, Nicholas Phillips, 26, of Indiana was airlifted to receive medical care, as were two others, Northlands News Center reported. Phillips was in serious condition
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