PHOENIX - A man is recovering in a Valley hospital this morning after his pickup truck crashed into a semi-truck at 67th Avenue and Van Buren.
According to Larry Nunez with the Phoenix Fire Department, an adult male was trapped for several minutes until crews were able to free him.
ABC15 was first on the scene, and Air15 reported that the intersection was shut down for a brief time so officials could investigate the accident.
The driver was the only person in the vehicle, and he is in the hospital with serious injuries at this time.
The driver of the semi-truck did not suffer any injuries.
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