GEORGETOWN, Colo. — A semitruck rolled over onto a vehicle in Georgetown on Interstate 70 on Thursday morning, the Colorado State Patrol said.
The crash happened about 10:45 a.m. in the westbound lanes of the interstate at the chain station.
High winds in the area likely caused the semitruck to roll over onto the vehicle, the Colorado State Patrol.
Four people in the vehicle were able to get out of the vehicle and were being evaluated by paramedics. No one suffered serious injuries.
Both lanes of the interstate were closed, but traffic got by on the right shoulder.
The Colorado State Patrol then closed westbound lanes of the interstate at Idaho Springs because of high winds and to clear the accident.
It reopened later Thursday afternoon.