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Published: Tuesday, February 11, 2020 @ 9:54 PM
Updated: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 @ 8:40 AM
By: Breaking News Staff
SIDNEY — One person left trapped in a car in the accident on Interstate 75 South in Sidney has been taken to a hospital after suffering serious injuries, Sidney firefighters said.
Two cows on a semitrailer transporting a vehicle full of the animals were injured as well, when a semitrailer hit the cow carrier.
The accident was reported about 9:10 p.m.
The impact involving the semitrailer and the cow carrier pushed into the car, which was disabled just off the right lane of the interstate.
The passenger car was pinched against the guardrail, trapping the man inside. He has been taken to Wilson Health in Sidney.
The cows remain on the cow carrier. The two injured animals apparently are unable to stand, firefighters said. All of the cows on the carrier are headed to slaughter in Kentucky.
It's not clear what is in the semitrailer that hit the cow carrier.
Neither semi driver was injured.
The right lane remains closed until further notice as tow trucks have been dispatched. Traffic is moving in the left lane without obstacle.
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