Driver hurt in semi-truck rollover crash in Hurricane

HURRICANE, UT – A semi-truck rollover collision on I-15 North prompted traffic delays and lane closures Wednesday afternoon. 

According to St. George News, based on information from an eyewitness, the semi-truck had allegedly drifted oddly. The driver overcorrected to the left, but when he saw a “left lane restriction ends” sign – that’s when he swerved to the right. As a result, the truck overturned. 

The impact caused the sign to fall down. Plastic garbage from the truck flew out, and the front windshield was entirely destroyed. 

The semi-truck driver did wear his seatbelt. He sustained minor injuries (possibly broken ribs) and was transported to St. George Regional Hospital. 

No other occupants and vehicles were involved. 

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