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UPDATE: Truck carrying propane crashes on Highway 66 in north Arkansas

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photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins
photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins
photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins photo by viewer Christopher L. Mullins

STONE COUNTY (KATV) - A truck driver lost control of his semi Wednesday morning and crashed on Highway 66 about two miles west of Mountain View.

Jackie Goodman hit a guard rail on the Lickforck Bridge while driving east on State Highway 66 around 10:00 a.m. He landed in a creek on the south side of the highway.

His truck was filled with propane, so a small area around the crash was temporarily evacuated as a precaution and traffic had to be re-routed.

Goodman was taken to an area hospital to be treated for his injuries. No word yet on his condition.

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