A two-vehicle accident stalled traffic on United States 40 through Brazil Thursday evening.
At approximately 6:25 p.m., officials were dispatched to the accident, which involved two trucks, near the Brazil Pizza Hut, 1519 E. National Ave., and Lawson-Miller Chapel, 1702 E. National Ave.
According to Brazil City Police Department Sgt. Dennis Archer, a maroon Chevrolet truck was attempting to exit the Pizza Hut lot heading east.
At the same time, the driver of a silver truck was heading east and could not avoid colliding with the other vehicle.
Both vehicles were driven by males.
The names of the drivers were not released pending an ongoing investigation.
Archer said the driver of the maroon truck suffered a contusion on his forehead, adding he may have lost consciousness.
The man was transported to St. Vincent Clay Hospital via TransCare.
The driver of the other vehicle was not injured.
Archer added that possible charges could be levied against the driver of the maroon truck.
Other agencies responding to the accident included the Brazil City Fire Department.