UPDATE: Everyone okay after semi-truck crash blocks U.S. 20
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ASHTON — Police say everyone is okay after a semi-truck rolled on U.S. Highway 20 Thursday afternoon.
The crash happened at mile marker 372 around 3:30 p.m., according to an Idaho State Police news release. The crash reportedly blocked the entire road creating a long line of traffic.
Investigators report 23-year-old Amar Singh of Aurora, Colorado, drove eastbound in a 2016 Freightliner pulling one trailer.
“Singh drove off the right shoulder, overcorrected, and overturned,” ISP reports. “The semi-truck came to rest on its passenger side blocking both the eastbound and westbound lane.”
The truck completely blocked the road for a little less than two hours. According to ISP, it took crews nearly five hours to have the wreckage cleaned up and the road completely open.
ASHTON — Idaho State Police has opened one lane on U.S. Highway 20 north of Ashton. Eastbound and westbound traffic is alternating and drivers should expect delays.
ASHTON — A crash on U.S. Highway 20 has blocked traffic north of Ashton Thursday afternoon.
Idaho State Police are on scene investigating the semi-truck wreck that happened around 3:30 p.m. at milepost 372. ISP reports both the eastbound and westbound lanes are blocked.
It is not clear if anyone is injured in the crash. Drivers should expect delays in the area.
EastIdahoNews.com will provide updates when they are available.
— Idaho State Police (@ISPeasternIdaho) March 25, 2021