Chain Reaction Accidents on I-84
Posted on Jul 27, 2014
MERIDIAN - Idaho State Police report a pair of crashes involving a chain reaction accident of 8 vehicles traveling eastbound on Interstate 84 that occurred last Thursday evening just before 7 p.m.
Idaho State Police report that 40 yr old Leslie Friedley of Meridian had stopped in the far left land of eastbound traffic traveling on I-84 due to slowing traffic ahead when a driver behind him, 51 yr old, Belinda Jackson of Eagle crashed her vehicle into the rear end of into Ms. Friedley’s vehicle.
After the collision, traffic began to snarl behind the first crash when a second collision occurred that led to a pile up in the same area when 58 yr old Rodney K. Burks of Boise slowed to stop on the road and drivers 19 yr old Lane D. Larson of Boise, 18 yr old Ada J. Wright of Fruitland, 21 yr old Bailey N. Wilder of Boise and 59 ur old Mitchell B. Anderson of Herriman, UT stopped behind the Burk’s pickup truck.
Whereupon, 27 yr old Tarah Gilliland of Boise crashed into the back of Anderson’s SUV which caused Anderson’s SUV to catapult forward causing the chain reaction crash with each of the other vehicles in the front of it damaging all 6 vehicles. Gilliland and her passenger were taken to St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center for treatment.
The crash remains under the investigation of the Idaho State Police.
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