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'Most people don't walk away'

Feb 6, 2018 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

A Wyoming Highway Patrol trooper was injured Monday when he lost control of his patrol vehicle on black ice south of Riverton.

He had been responding ...


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With the tracks a Wyoming Highway Patrol car left before becoming airborne visible in the snow, a WHP investigator Lt. Eli Miller examined the scene of the one-vehicle crash Monday morning south of Riverton on Wyoming Highway 789. Photos by Steve Peck

With the tracks a Wyoming Highway Patrol car left before becoming airborne visible in the snow, a WHP investigator Lt. Eli Miller examined the scene of the one-vehicle crash Monday morning south of Riverton on Wyoming Highway 789. Photos by Steve Peck


With the tracks a Wyoming Highway Patrol car left before becoming airborne visible in the snow, a WHP investigator Lt. Eli Miller examined the scene of the one-vehicle crash Monday morning south of Riverton on Wyoming Highway 789. Photos by Steve Peck

With the tracks a Wyoming Highway Patrol car left before becoming airborne visible in the snow, a WHP investigator Lt. Eli Miller examined the scene of the one-vehicle crash Monday morning south of Riverton on Wyoming Highway 789. Photos by Steve Peck

The vehicle was totaled in the wreck, but the state trooper suffered only minor injuries. The Fremont County Sheriff's Department assisted at the scene.

The vehicle was totaled in the wreck, but the state trooper suffered only minor injuries. The Fremont County Sheriff's Department assisted at the scene.


The vehicle was totaled in the wreck, but the state trooper suffered only minor injuries. The Fremont County Sheriff's Department assisted at the scene.

The vehicle was totaled in the wreck, but the state trooper suffered only minor injuries. The Fremont County Sheriff's Department assisted at the scene.

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