WATERLOO – A driver is recovering following a Tuesday afternoon collision that knocked his pickup truck on its side in downtown Waterloo.
Michael John Magee, 78, suffered a minor injury to his left hand, according to the accident report. Magee had been trapped inside his truck, and firefighters had to cut the roof from the vehicle to free him. He was taken to MercyOne Medical Center for treatment
The other driver, 28-year-old Jeremy Amans, wasn’t injured, according to the report.
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The crash happened shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of West Fourth and lower Washington streets.
Magee had been headed northbound on West Fourth Street, and Amans was traveling on Washington Street, according to the accident report. The intersection is controlled by a stoplight.