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Man Taken to Hospital in Serious Accident on I-70

Officers with the Maryland State Police Frederick barrack say one man was flown to shock trauma Wednesday afternoon in a serious accident involving a freightliner and a dump truck.
FREDERICK, Md. - Officers with the Maryland State Police Frederick barrack say one man was flown to shock trauma Wednesday afternoon in a serious accident involving a freightliner and a dump truck. 

State Police say it happened around 1:46 p.m. on Interstate-70 eastbound, east of Bill Moxley Road. 

Troopers say a white freightliner pulling a trailer in lane three rear-ended a red Kenworth dump truck, which was being towed by a red Mack heavy duty tow truck. 

Upon arrival, troopers found the freightliner with heavy front-end damage as a result of the collision.

The driver of the freightliner, Barry D. Unger, 47, was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore for treatment. The driver of the tow truck, Jordan A. Dick, 30, was not hurt in the crash. 

The Maryland State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division and the Maryland State Highway Administration assisted troopers with the investigation. 

Parts of Interstate-70 were shut down four about four hours on Wednesday, as crews worked to clean debris off of the roadway and investigate the crash scene. 
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