Crane Truck Accident Near Rangely

The crane truck left on its side following an accident on Highway 64 will remain in place until further notice. Speeds have been reduced to 35 mph around mile marker 30, reports the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office. The crane truck was traveling east of Rangely when it rolled during the mid morning on Wednesday. The crash resulted in around 50 gallons of diesel fuel spilling. Traveling too fast on winter road conditions have been noted as the likely cause of the crash.  

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