A Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper who responded to a multi-vehicle crash that killed five people on Interstate 80 described a scene more suited to a dystopian horror film.
A Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper who responded to the multi-vehicle crash that killed five people on Interstate 80 described a scene on Sunday more suited to a dystopian horror film. Only the wrong-way driver walked away unscathed.
Phil Prime says it’s up to the court system and God to punish the wrong-way driver who caused a chain-reaction crash on Interstate 80 east of Rawlins that killed five people, including two of his daughters – Suzy, 18, and Andrea, 23.
Arthur Nelson, who drove a Dodge Ram 3500 truck the wrong way on Interstate 80 on Sunday evening, remains in the Carbon County jail awaiting formal charges from the county attorney’s office. He’s accused of causing a multi-vehicle crash that killed five young people from Arkansas.
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The windshield of a semitrailer detached when the truck overturned, filling the cab and sleeper compartment with snow as it slid down and embankment. The co-drivers couldn’t get themselves out “and were buried under approximately 2 feet of snow.”
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Months after proposing a rerouting of Interstate 80 between Cheyenne and Rawlins, there’s still no progress because of the anticipated price tag of up to $12.6 billion.
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After waiting for 3 1/2 days, truckers finally got the green flag on Wednesday morning as Interstate 80 reopened.
I-80 between Cheyenne and Rawlins are completely closed due to multiple accidents and snowy weather.