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Wind blamed for semi-truck wreck
07/18/2018
Humboldt Volunteer Fire Dept. Picture

(KLZA)-- A semi-truck loaded with frozen meat was blown onto its side Tuesday afternoon just west of Humboldt.  

 According to a Richardson County Sheriff's Department news release, 51-year-old Iowa resident Brian Isom was driving the semi east on Highway 4 when a strong gust of wind blew the truck onto its side.   

Isom suffered minor injuries.  Traffic on Highway 4 was re-routed around the wreck for a period of time while a crane was brought in to lift the truck and trailer.     

The Humboldt-Volunteer Fire Department also responded to the scene.  

Pictures posted with this story are from the Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department Facebook page.                                              
 

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