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Semi overturns, causes delays on westbound I-80
First Published Jul 30 2014 12:41 pm • Last Updated Jul 31 2014 08:38 am

A semi-trailer truck overturned on Interstate 80 near Lambs Canyon early Wednesday afternoon, temporarily closing two westbound lanes and causing heavy delays in traffic.

By 8:40 p.m., the delays had ended and traffic was moving smoothly.

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The truck overturned and landed on its side because its trailer brakes failed, said Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Dwayne Baird, adding that no one was reported injured in the single-vehicle accident.


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