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Watch: Truck flattens US police car after strong winds cause truck to topple

A US patrol vehicle has been flattened after a strong winds caused a truck to topple over on the highway. A dashcam from another vehicle shows the truck struggling to stay upright against strong winds.

Gusts up to 144kmh were recorded around the time the truck toppled in southern Wyoming, according to Metro.co.uk.

The truck struggles against the gust of wind.

The truck struggles against the gust of wind. READ MORE:
* Cop car and truck collide outside Hamilton dairy factory
* Cop nearly crushed by own car
* Man dead after being crushed by trucks[1][2][3]
Both the truck driver and the policemen escaped unharmed, as the policemen had vacated the vehicle minutes before the incident.

The police car was parked on a shoulder on the highway.

The truck falls over onto the parked police car.

The truck falls over onto the parked police car. “I am so lucky right now that I have not lost two troopers. Our troopers were already in the same area working on two other semi trucks that had blown off the interstate.

Fortunately nobody was in the police car or it would have been a lot worse,” Wyoming Highway Patrol officer Kelly Finn told East Idaho News[4].

Ad Feedback[5] The police car is flattened.

The police car is flattened.

– Stuff

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References

  1. ^ Cop car and truck collide outside Hamilton dairy factory (www.stuff.co.nz)
  2. ^ Cop nearly crushed by own car (www.stuff.co.nz)
  3. ^ Man dead after being crushed by trucks (www.stuff.co.nz)
  4. ^ East Idaho News (www.eastidahonews.com)
  5. ^ Ad Feedback (stuff.co.nz)
  6. ^ US woman falls to death inside World Trade Centre Oculus (www.stuff.co.nz)
  7. ^ World Homepage (www.stuff.co.nz)

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