Authorities say the blue pick-up you see here was driving on highway 52 when it crashed into the site.
Officers and paramedics arrived within minutes, and tended to the people inside the truck.
Witnesses say it was like a stunt from a movie.
"The commercial truck was possibly making a right hand turn and in doing so the passenger vehicle, the blue ford truck behind him appeared not to see him, or collided with the commercial truck." Slocomb police Chief Don White said.
"He hit the back tire of it, and spun out of control and you can see where he went and crashed it to that big of black thing and crashed into the dirt." Slocomb resident Justin Price said.
None of the construction workers at the site were hurt.
However, two people from the truck were transported to local hospitals.
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