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Truck smashes into portable traffic sign, driver injured
by Dan McGee - For the Tribune
Aug 08, 2011 | 3012 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Tribune/Dan McGee - A woman driving this truck hit a portable traffic advisory sign that was being towed by a vehicle belonging to Striping Solutions on Monday morning.
Tribune/Dan McGee - A woman driving this truck hit a portable traffic advisory sign that was being towed by a vehicle belonging to Striping Solutions on Monday morning.
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Tribune/Dan McGee - Reno firefighters and REMSA medics extricate a woman from her pickup truck early Monday morning. The woman's condition is unknown.
Tribune/Dan McGee - Reno firefighters and REMSA medics extricate a woman from her pickup truck early Monday morning. The woman's condition is unknown.
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Tribune/Dan McGee - This is all that is left of a portable traffic advisory sign involved in an accident Monday morning.
Tribune/Dan McGee - This is all that is left of a portable traffic advisory sign involved in an accident Monday morning.
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SPARKS — A woman was taken to the hospital Monday morning after she crashed her truck into a portable traffic advisory pole near the intersection of McCarran Boulevard and Greg Street.

About 8:50 a.m., Reno and Sparks emergency personnel responded to the crash. Part of the sign smashed into the driver’s side of the windshield, injuring the driver. The truck wound up in a guardrail several hundred feet south of the impact site. Reno firefighters removed the woman from her truck and she was taken to the hospital.

The investigation is ongoing to determine what caused the accident.
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