Idaho dump truck wreck rollover injures Homedale driver

Idaho State Police report a dump truck crash rollover in Boise area causes injury.

Boise, ID (–As reported by the Idaho Statesman, a Homedale truck driver overturned the truck he was driving on U.S. 95, north of Payette, on Tuesday afternoon. The Idaho State Police responded to the truck crash after receiving a report of a motor vehicle collision at about 1:35 p.m.

The 1980 International dump truck was being driven by 55 year old Clifford Martell when he ran off the northbound highway and struck an embankment near N.E. 21st Avenue. Emergency medical crews responded and transported Martell to Satint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise for treatment by doctors and nurses for his serious injuries. The Idaho State Police are investigating the cause of the dump truck wreck. news for Idaho personal injury claims attorneys.

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