Two separate tractor-trailer accidents during the past week fortunately resulted in no injuries. On Thursday, September 17, a tractor-trailer rig (above) owned by Huff Trucking of Jamestown, carrying a large roll of sheet steel (above left inset) was forced to leave the road as it traveled north on Highway 127 in the Pall Mall area when it met a car across the center line on a curve, resulting in the trailer going over the guard rail, and the roll of steel traveling some 40 yards down an embankment. The accident, which occurred about 3:30 p.m. Thursday, shut down traffice for about 2-1/2 hours.  Another tractor-trailer accident on Monday occured on the Pickett Park Road when the vehicle, owned by Ramsey Logging of Grimsley, (below) left the road near the Laurel Creek Campground and overturned, spilling its load of logs.  There were also no injuries reported in this accident, which also curtailed traffic in the area for some time as the accident was investigated and the wreckage removed. (Photos courtesy of James Bilbrey).