KENDALLVILLE, Iowa – Authorities say a semi accident Monday morning caused around $400,000 in damage.
The Winneshiek County Sheriff’s Office says Harvey Hershberger, 39 of Decorah, was driving south on Highway 139 near Kendallville when the trailer came unhitched from his semi. The trailer is a guardrail, signs, and a bridge. Most of the damage was done to the bridge and the trailer.
The Sheriff’s Office says no one was injured.
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