Posted on September 18th, 2009 by Zane Cagle
A three car crash near Great Falls, Montana sent two people to the hospital and slowed traffic for more than an hour last week. Involved in the accident was a dump truck, a green SUV, and a gray car. According to witnesses, the dump truck had stopped to turn left off the highway and turned on his blinker. The SUV also stopped behind him, but the gray car never braked, hitting the SUV at 65 to 70 miles per hour. Some residents said that particular stretch of road is known for accidents since there is no turnout lane. A highway trooper, however, stated that the driver of the gray car should have been paying attention, and that the highway was not to blame, especially since the dump truck driver used his blinker.
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