Emergency crews are cleaning up after a semi flips on an interstate.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, flipped onto its side around 1:15 p.m. while driving on Interstate 90. State Patrol was able to respond quickly to the crash because the deputy was right behind the truck before it crashed.
While speaking with the driver, the semi driver said another driver cut her off and started to fishtail, causing her to hit her brakes. When the brakes were hit, the back end of the semi spun out.
The semi driver was not injured in the crash.
State Patrol says truck might be operable when they put the semi right side up.
State Patrol was assisted by St. Charles police and St. Charles fire.
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