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Wisconsin authorities use Facebook post to highlight who can, can’t use interstate crossovers

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Wisconsin authorities use Facebook post to highlight who can, can’t use interstate crossovers
The Wisconsin State Patrol (WSP) is reminding big rig drivers that only emergency and highway maintenance vehicles are allowed to use interstate highway crossovers. (Courtesy: WSP)

The Wisconsin State Patrol (WSP) is reminding big rig drivers that only emergency and highway maintenance vehicles are allowed to use interstate highway crossovers.

In a Monday morning Facebook post, the WSP wrote: “Thankfully everyone survived this crash, but it was preventable. If you miss your exit and need to turn around, the safe and legal option is to proceed to the next exit and use the off and on ramps.”

The WSP post did not note where or when this accident took place.

 

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