Grinding Two-Truck Crash Injures One

life flight 3One person was injured in a grinding two tractor-trailer crash Monday morning on Highway 64 in Franklin County.
According to a report by Trooper Donnie Clark, around 8:30 a.m. Monday Daniel Sullivan, 30, of Boaz, Ala. fell asleep and his 2000 Freightline truck struck the rear of a grain trailer being pulled by a truck operated by Paul Armer, 71, of Hillsboro.
The Sullivan vehicle struck the rear of the grain truck causing it to spill wheat over two lanes of the eastbound side of the highway. Sullivan’s truck then veered into the median of the highway and crashed. Armer was able to get the grain truck to the shoulder before it overturned. The impact of the crash broke the grain truck in half according to the trooper’s report.
Sullivan was transported by LifeFlight helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville for treatment of his injuries.