Overturned plow on Hwy 22 near Indian Springs entrance

JACKSON, Wyo. — A plow had overturned on Highway 22 near the Indian Springs entrance this morning.

“I was on my way to work and saw something that caught my eye about ten feet off the road down a small embankment,” morning commuter, Kyle Jennings, told Buckrail.

According to WYDOT, the crash occurred this morning at around 3:30 a.m. in whiteout conditions with icy roads. The driver had thought he was on the pavement but wasn’t, and the plow slid out and overturned.

There were no injuries from the incident. Officials are currently working to clear the wreck.

Officials are currently working to clear the scene. Photo: WYDOT

Early this morning, WYDOT sent out reports of black ice along Highway 22 and other areas around Jackson.

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