Semi sandwiches Subaru at 200 North and Main

<strong>LOGAN—</strong>Traffic at the intersection of 200 North and Main Street was slowed for a little more than 30 minutes late Wednesday afternoon when a silver Suzuki Forenza was involved in an accident with a semi-trailer.

The driver of the 48-foot long semi, Danny Galvan, said he was traveling southbound on Main Street and was attempting to make a right hand turn and head west on 200 North. While he was waiting to turn, the Forenza also attempted to turn right and then was caught up underneath the semi’s trailer when Galvan turned.

The driver of the Suzuki was 26-year-old Jimmy Zhong. A native of China, Zhong said he is living in Logan for two years while he studies Biomedical Engineering at Utah State University.

Despite his car being smashed, and getting a very unique view of a semi-trailer, Zhong only suffered a minor cut on his left elbow. Galvan – who is on his way to Texas – was unharmed in the accident.

With the help of a wrecking crew, the Logan City Police were able to clear the vehicles off the road, and clear the road of debris within an hour of arriving on the scene.

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