A New Salisbury man was taken by helicopter ambulance to a Louisville hospital with gead teauma after an accident this morning at the intersevtion of the bypass and SR60.
Anthony Dilley, 61, New Salisbury, was driving a box truck end route to Scottsburg this morning just after 7a, according to Salem Police officer Carey Cooke.
Dilley, who was stopped at the stop sign, proceeded to cross SR60 and was struck in the side by a Ford F350 truck driven by Jamie Coon, 36, of Michigan.
Cooke said she t-boned the box truck.
“Everyone wearing seatbelt,” said Cooke. “Coon had a child with her and neither were injured.”
Cooke said Dilkey was taken to Louisville with head trauma. “He had lacerations on his hand and leg and a gash on his head.”
Coon was treated at St. Vincent and released.
The Washington Count Sheriff’s Department assisted with traffic control and assistance was provoded by the Salem Fire Department, Salem City Police and EMS.