Car folded in half in crash with semi, driver miraculously sees ‘minor injuries’

It’s hard to believe from these photos taken by a Washington State Patrol Trooper that the parties involved were mostly unharmed

In what can just be called a wonder, a driver is heading residence with minor injuries after enduring a collision with a semi-truck near Mount Vernon, Washington.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Rocky Oliphant claimed the car– obviously this was as soon as a Nissan Altima– was struck from behind by the truck, folded it in half, and afterwards rolled on top of the cars and truck, crushing the vehicle, on the I-5., in Skagit Area.

To the surprise of Oliphant, a 14-year expert of the Washington SPT, the automobile and truck driver received treatment for minor injuries.

All lanes of Interstate 5 near Mount Vernon were closed for numerous hrs as crews functioned to remove the street of particles.

The collision required the entire road to close initially; nonetheless, the Washington Department of Transport (WSDOT) resumed southbound lanes shortly after 11:30 a.m. on November 16. The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 reopened quickly after 12:30 p.m., according to the Division.

The information comes with a time when initiatives are underway to handle hefty rain and strong winds that have actually hit western Washington over the last number of days. Continued flooding and rain has triggered damages to highways and dams.