Two injured in crash involving four semi-trucks

Two people were injured Tuesday morning in a fiery crash near Arlington, South Dakota that involved four semi-trucks.

The crash happened on Highway 14, one mile west of Arlington, the patrol said in a tweet.

Two people sustained what appear to be minor injuries, Highway Patrol spokesman Tony Mangan said.

All drivers are accounted for, the patrol said. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.

Only one lane is open while crews clean up the crash scene, Mangan said. Traffic is slowed as both directions of traffic are being allowed through on an alternating basis, he said.

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Troopers have been working a 4 semi crash on US 14 approx. 1 mile W. of Arlington, SD involving fire. Traffic is being detoured. Avoid the area if possible. Crews will have it cleared as soon as possible. All drivers accounted for at least 1 transported to local hospital.

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As you can see this is a large scene and it will take some time to cleanup. Please stay clear and allow everyone to do their job. Troopers continue to investigate the cause. 🤞🏻that any injuries are minor in nature. pic.twitter.com/w2yIh3suA2

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