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Two Nevada State Police Highway Patrol Division vehicles were recently struck by motorists parked along the interstate, due to drivers’ failure to move over and slow down for road conditions.
Two Nevada State Police Highway Patrol Division vehicles were recently struck by motorists parked along the interstate, due to drivers’ failure to move over and slow down for road conditions.
Tuesday, January 11, 2022 1:00 AM
Two Nevada State Police Highway Patrol Division vehicles were recently struck by motor vehicles while parked along the interstate due to bad weather, high vehicle speed and drivers not moving over, one treated at the hospital for injuries. 
On December 23, 2021, at approximately 8:45 a.m, a Nevada State Police Highway Patrol Division Trooper was investigating
a weather-related crash on Interstate 80 near mile marker 209 in Humboldt County approximately 35 miles east of Winnemucca when his vehicle was struck by a pickup truck. 
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