A tractor-trailer flipped onto a vehicle traveling on a Colorado interstate during high winds Thursday, but no serious injuries were reported, officials said.
The crash took place in the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 near Georgetown around 10:45 a.m. local time, FOX 31 Denver reported.
Ouch!— CSP Golden (@CSP_Golden) March 9, 2017
Thank goodness everyone in the Volvo got out
Traffic backing up while investigation continues pic.twitter.com/j5yeKvwfCO
The four people in the Volvo were able to get out, and only suffered minor injuries, the Colorado State Patrol said on Twitter.
CRASH— CSP Golden (@CSP_Golden) March 9, 2017
I70 @ Georgetown
Road open - only minor injuries
Thanks for everyone being patient
High wind Advisory still in place
High winds in the area likely caused the truck to roll over, according to the CSP.
The section of the I-70 was closed for several hours as a result of the crash.