Cement truck collides with semi on Highway 84 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Cement truck collides with semi on Highway 84

Source: Curtis Spivey, KCBD Source: Curtis Spivey, KCBD
Source: Curtis Spivey, KCBD Source: Curtis Spivey, KCBD
SLATON, TX (KCBD) -

A driver has suffered minor injuries after a cement truck collided with a semi on Highway 84, just east of Slaton, on Monday afternoon.

It happened around 3:15 p.m.

DPS says the cement truck was attempting to turn left from the right lane into a construction zone as the semi was coming up on it.

The cement truck moved to the left trying to avoid a rear end collision and crashed into the semi, causing the semi to overturn.

The driver of the semi was transported to UMC with minor injuries.

This crash is under investigation.

Eastbound traffic is still able to pass but drivers must use caution. Westbound traffic is normal.

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