Two Billings Residents Injured In Freeway Accident on I-90

July 6, 2016

 The skeletal remains of the Ford Explorer. Trooper Darwin Mees and two Firemen discuss the accident with each other.

The Jaws of Life were used to extract this 21-year-old female passenger from the Demolished Ford Explorer.

 Medical and Firemen crews take the woman to the awaiting ambulance where she was whisked off to St. Vincents Hospital.  The Woman was 21-years-old.

 A pile of car metal, that was cut off of the Ford Explorer in order for the Medical personnel to even get to the woman and extract her out of the mangled vehicle.

 This young 25-year-old man was the  driver of the Ford Explorer.  He failed to yield as he was entering the 1-90 freeway Wast bound.    According to law Enforcement this driver told authorities that a vehicle would not move over or let him in.    According to Montana State Law, merging traffic have to yield to freeway traffic not the other way around.  According to the Sheriff Department the driver's vehicle began fish-tailing shortly before it rolled once due to the fact that the Drive over corrected which sent his vehicle out of control.

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