A Texas truck driver had to load wood on a tractor trailer and swim safely last week as he exited Interstate 80 into a pond near Wyoming.
The crash occurred on April 9 near MilePost 297 on Interstate 80, west of Laramie, Wyoming. At 7:24 am, Wyoming Highway Patrol members were notified of a car crash. The driver lost control of the vehicle on an ice-covered road.
The tractor and trailer left the right side of the roadway, collided with fences and guardrails, and then stopped at an adjacent pond. The driver was slightly injured but was able to swim to the shore.The driver wore a seatbelt and was taken to Ivinson Memorial Hospital In Laramie If you are injured in a crash. Driving too fast for road conditions is being investigated as a potential factor.
Texas truck driver needs to swim to the shore after a Wyoming accident
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