A tanker truck and a tractor-trailer were seriously damaged in a head-on collision in Montgomery County around 6 a.m. on April 27, according to state police. Pennsylvania authorities responded to the truck accident that caused the entire road to be shut down. One of the two drivers involved was killed in the crash, and considerable damage was done to the area resulting in power outages.
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Pennsylvania drivers have had what may be more than their fair share of practice driving on less-than-ideal roads this winter season. As most now likely understand, no matter what the weather conditions, drivers must exercise the necessary amount of caution to remain safe while on the road. Unfortunately, a truck accident on what was apparently a slick road ended in the death of an emergency responder.