HUDSONVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) - Two semi-trucks collided Tuesday morning on a highway in West Michigan, but neither driver was seriously hurt.
Around 8:45 p.m., one semi-truck started to slow in the westbound lanes of I-196 at the 59 mile marker near Hudsonville because of a traffic backup.
The driver -- 52-year-old Steven Tucker of Gary, Ind. -- put on his flashing lights as he came to a halt.
The driver of the second semi -- 52-year-old Raymond Black of Lexington, N.C. -- said that he sneezed, and when he looked up, he saw the truck in front of him had come to a stop. But it was too late to avoid a collision and he rear-ended Tucker's semi.
Both semi drivers sustained minor injuries.
Black was ticketed for failing to stop within an assued distance.
A separate crash occurred shortly thereafter, also in the westbound lanes, near 32nd Avenue.
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