December 30, 2020
SUMMIT, S.D.–The dangers of following snowplows too closely played out again yesterday (Tuesday) in northeast South Dakota.
Sixty five year-old Terry White of Aberdeen rear-ended a DOT snowplow on Interstate 29, three miles south of Summit.
It happened a little before noon in snowy weather conditions.
White was wearing a seat belt and sustained minor injuries. Charges against him are pending.
The 49 year-old man driving the snowplow was not injured.
White’s pickup sustained heavy front end damage.