Fire crews, law enforcement respond to I-90 truck fire Sat.

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SHERIDAN — Law enforcement and fire crews responded to a truck fire Saturday afternoon that temporarily closed a portion on Interstate 90.

At approximately 3:15 p.m. Saturday, Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a request for mutual aid from the Johnson County Fire Department.

The Johnson County Fire Department was on scene at mile marker 42 of Interstate 90 with a tractor trailer from a moving company. The trailer was on fire.

The contents of the trailer were heavily damaged by fire, smoke and water. The cause of the fire has yet to be declared. The driver of the truck was transported via ambulance to Johnson County Hospital as a precaution.

Wyoming State Troopers, Johnson County Sheriff’s Department and the Story Volunteer Fire Department also responded to the fire. Sheridan Fire-Rescue was on scene until approximately 5 p.m., while other responders remained on scene longer.

By |Jan. 11, 2016|

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