KANAWHA COUNTY, W.Va. — Two toll booths lanes on the West Virginia Turnpike have reopened after a tractor-trailer crashed into a toll booth July 29.
WCHS reports that a tractor-trailer carrying an oversized load knocked over a toll booth while using the wrong lane around 7 a.m.
Executive Director of West Virginia Parkways Authority Jeff Miller said that there was a lane for oversized trucks at the toll plaza, but the tractor-trailer driver attempted to use another lane, believing their load would fit and ended up hitting the toll booth.
A toll collector was inside the booth that that the tractor-trailer hit. They were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.
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