Car Wreck on I-79: Rear End Collision of Pontiac and Large Dump Truck

On March 12, 2012, a large dump truck collided with a small, blue Pontiac on I-79 near Morgantown, WV.  The driver of the Pontiac was taken by ambulance to Ruby Memorial Hospital.  The driver of the dump truck did not seek immediate medical attention.  The cause of the accident is unknown, but compare the result of the impact in the images of the Pontiac versus the dump truck.  The extreme difference in the appearance of the two vehicles after the wreck should encourage drivers to buckle up – your car will always be the loser in a collision with a heavy-weight truck.

Images from The Dominion Post, Morgantown, WV

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