GRAND ISLAND, NE – A vehicle went up in flames after a collision in Hall County, leaving three people injured.
KSNB reported the accident happened Tuesday night on Husker Highway, west of Grand Island. Authorities say the vehicle was merging onto the roadway when it was struck from behind by a pick-up truck going eastbound.
The vehicle’s fuel tank exploded, igniting a fire. Three people were hospitalized, including an unconscious passenger who was pulled to safety from the burning vehicle by Hall County deputies.
The injured were listed in stable condition. The crash is under investigation by the Nebraska State Patrol.
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