Plymouth, Wis (WHBL) Two people were hospitalized as a result of a three-vehicle chain reaction collision involving two semis just south of the city of Plymouth this morning. Sgt. Blaine Spicer of the Sheriff’s Department said it happened about 8 o’clock as the semis were eastbound on County PP with a jeep in between them. One semi stopped to turn onto Prairie Road…the jeep stopped, but the 2nd semi, a tanker, could not stop in time due to visibility at the time and frost on the road. Spicer said the jeep was crushed between the two and the driver had to freed by Plymouth Jaws. The semis ended up in the ditch with one of them taking out a power pole and both leaking diesel fuel. Spicer said the Waldo Oil Company assisted at the scene in emptying the fuel tanks to reduce the leakage. The driver of the jeep and one semi were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. The DNR and the Hazmat Team were called in to clean up the spill. Power to about 1000 customers on the east side of Plymouth was out for about a half hour.
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