Icy Roads & Accidents: Two Military Vehicles Lose Control Near Delta Jct.

Accidents Involved Collisions, Guard Rails, and Turn Overs, Troopers Say  Both Military Vehicles Were Pulling Trailers & Lost Control At...

Accidents Involved Collisions, Guard Rails, and Turn Overs, Troopers Say 


Both Military Vehicles Were Pulling Trailers & Lost Control At Mile 293 Richardson Highway  

Location: Delta Junction
Type: MVC-D

Dispatch Text:

On 10-28-21, at approximately 0855 hours AST received a report of a motor vehicle collision involving military vehicles in the area of tenderfoot hill on the Richardson Highway.  AST responded and after arrival learned there were two separate collisions.  

The first involved an 8 wheeled Oshkosh military vehicle pulling a trailer heading Northbound on the Richardson Highway.  This occurred at mile 293 of the Richardson Highway.  The vehicle lost control and overturned in the ditch.  

The second collision involved a similar 8 wheeled Oshkosh military vehicle pulling a trailer.  The vehicle was descending tenderfoot hill near mile 293.5 when the driver lost control and side swiped a civilian Toyota pickup pulling an enclosed trailer who was heading southbound.  

After colliding with the civilian vehicle, the military vehicle then collided with the guard rail. Possible minor injuries were reported in the first overturned vehicle which were treated on scene by military personnel.  All occupants of all vehicles were wearing safety restraints. 

 



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