Feb. 13- – A rescue vehicle slammed after the driver lost control on a frigid interstate in focal Kansas on Wednesday, state troopers said.
Crisis groups were called at around 10:32 a.m. to damage mishap on I-35 close to mile marker 99, which would be upper east of El Dorado, the Kansas Highway Patrol said in an accident report. Specialists decided a 2014 Chevy rescue vehicle was northbound when the driver “lost control on the slushy street, overcorrected and struck the obstruction divider and the watchman rail.”
The 37-year-old Wichita lady driving the rescue vehicle was taken to a medical clinic by a private vehicle with suspected minor wounds.
The KHP crash report shows a 2016 Peterbilt semi was additionally associated with the disaster area. The 30-year-old Missouri lady driving the semi had no evident damage.
At the hour of the accident, focal Kansas was under in a winter climate warning gave by the National Weather Service office in Wichita that anticipated a couple of creeps of the day off downpour would fall over the district.