In crashes on I-84 and Freeway 26, ISP states trailers overturned in intense winds Thursday afternoon.
POCATELLO, Idaho — Significant winds or crosswinds are blamed for at least two crashes that transpired Thursday afternoon in eastern Idaho.
Idaho State Law enforcement troopers are investigating a crash that transpired at about 4:15 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 15 south of Downey, which is in Bannock County.
ISP said a 21-calendar year-aged gentleman from American Falls was driving a 2014 Dodge Ram pickup pulling a 28-foot Wells Cargo trailer south on I-15 when extreme crosswinds blew the empty trailer more than. The pickup and trailer then jack-knifed, and the pickup struck the guardrail before overturning.
The driver was putting on a seat belt, and no injuries had been claimed.
The pickup and trailer equally arrived to relaxation in journey lanes, absolutely blocking website traffic for about 40 minutes, and partly blocking visitors for an extra hour and 20 minutes, ISP explained.
Idaho Point out Law enforcement in jap Idaho also reported another trailer was blown in excess of Thursday afternoon on U.S. Freeway 26 near Clark Hill in Bonneville County.
Idaho Condition Law enforcement urge motorists, specially individuals driving significant-profile vehicles, to physical exercise warning in potent winds.
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