A truck driver needed to ‘run for his life’ to keep away from being hit by one other driver throughout a severe winter storm in Utah on Wednesday.
The incident occurred on February twenty second throughout the snowstorm that started on Tuesday. The accident occurred on Interstate 15 in Juab County.
In line with UHP Lt. Scott Robertson, a truck driver was outdoors of his truck for unknown motive when an oncoming driver started shedding management. The trucker then “ran for his life” to keep away from being hit whereas the opposite driver took “evasive motion” to keep away from hitting the person.
The trucker who took evasive motion then crashed into a close-by field truck. The collision precipitated the field truck to “spin and roll over” and precipitated the trailer on the semi to interrupt “in half.”
2 KUTV reported that one driver concerned within the wreck was “banged up,” however no additional data on accidents has been reported. It’s unclear why the primary driver was out of his truck.