MISSOULA – A vehicle crash on Friday afternoon serves as a scary reminder of how important it is to drive carefully on our winter roads.
At around 2 p.m. Friday, emergency crews responded to the scene of a crash at mile marker 110 near Bonner on Interstate 90
The driver had been traveling the interstate when they lost control and slid off the side of the road.
The vehicle jumped over the guardrail and landed beside the Clark Fork River. Amazingly, the driver walked away uninjured.
The Montana Highway Patrol is investigating the incident.
Reporting by Lauren Heiser for MTN News