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No one injured in Kingsbury semi-trailer crash | Local


KINGSBURY – No one was injured after a semi-trailer rolled over onto its side in Kingsbury on Monday afternoon.

The accident happened at around 3:45 p.m. in front of McDermott’s Harley-Davidson on Highway 4.

The roadway was closed to traffic between Green Barn Road and Highway 149 when emergency crews responded.

Kingsbury Deputy Fire Chief Steve Gitto said when teams arrived they saw the semi-trailer sideways in the shoulder after hitting a telephone pole.

“When we got here everyone was out of the vehicle,” he said.

Firefighters cleared the debris from the road and TowAway responded to help straighten the vehicle.

No one was injured, according to Gitto.

“Everyone is safe and this is what we all want,” he said.

Gitto doesn’t know how the crash happened. State police are investigating.

A neighbor said she had seen accidents in this area because people were coming too fast on a bend.

McDermott’s Harley-Davidson employee Kara Woomer said she heard a loud “boom” and then the power went out briefly before turning on again.

Journalist Chad Arnold contributed to this report.

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