Montana pileup accident: Two people were injured in a 30-vehicle pileup in whiteout conditions

The victims jumped from the Yellowstone River Bridge during the accident to avoid being hit by one of the cars, the Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) tweeted. They were hospitalized and are expected to recover.

“The cause appears to be the whiteout/zero visibility conditions brought on by a sudden snow squall,” Montana Department of Justice spokesman Kyler Nerison told CNN.

Other minor injuries were reported, he added.

MHP initially said the cause of the crash was believed to be ice on the bridge.

The incident occurred on I-90 westbound near the I-94 split in Lockwood, about six miles northeast of

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How To Build A Strong, Reliable Transportation Network

Businesses of all shapes and sizes know if they don’t have a strong, reliable transportation network, their products won’t reach customers. Let’s face it, if customers aren’t getting what they want, they will quickly move to another company that delivers what they need when they need it, damage-free.

Along with the challenge of delivering orders on-time, the cost of moving freight in North America is forecast to increase 6.6 percent in 2018. Coupled with

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COVID-19 vaccines reaching auto plants, but challenges remain

Van Amersfoort is part of a cross-functional team that the former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles assembled toward of the end of 2020 to manage its vaccination strategy and its response to the pandemic in general. The group meets two to three times a week, he said, and consists of staffers from external affairs, legal, communications, medical operations, and environmental health and safety.

The external affairs unit, he said, stays in contact with the states to “understand where are we within specific phases of the allocations, when do they think that we would be up, when would essential workers be up for

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Seacoast Area Bicycle Riders discuss two types of fun

As soon as the temperature drops and snowflakes start covering our landscape, some of us cyclists put our bikes and equipment away in the garage or basement and wait patiently for the next season. For those sitting on the couch watching Netflix and waiting for the icy patches to melt, how about planning a bike trip for better days of sunshine and no health restrictions? A few weeks ago, Seacoast Area Bicycle Riders Board Member Mary Malloy led an informal discussion on Zoom with friends who have taken a range of different trips. All were fun, some were Type 1

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Army’s Infantry Squad Vehicle undergoes tests at Arizona’s Yuma Proving Ground

YUMA, Ariz. — A new vehicle that the U.S. Army is acquiring to provide infantry soldiers with battlefield mobility is being tested in the Yuma Proving Ground’s harsh desert terrain in southwestern Arizona.

Largely based on a midsize Chevrolet pickup, the Infantry Squad Vehicle is intended to carry an infantry squad’s nine soldiers and their equipment, the Yuma Sun reported.

Testing began in early February with a goal of finishing by April, said Isaac Rodriguez, team leader for the proving ground’s combat automotive division.

“Before the soldier ever touches the vehicle, we want to make sure that it is safe

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Omaha transportation leaders look to streetcar era for inspiration | Local News

Looking back 100 years, Mode Shift Chair Liz Veazey can appreciate the job that streetcars once did for

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