STORY UPDATE: Three Vehicle Accident Closes Highway 30 Near Milepost 207.
Filer, Idaho (KMVT-TV) On April 05, 2012 at approximately 2:06 p.m., the Idaho State Police investigated a three vehicle crash on US30 at milepost 207, near Filer.
Neil Paterson, 17 of Twin Falls, was attempting to make a left hand turn onto US30 from 2000 East in a 1992 Ford F150 pickup crossing the westbound lane of travel.
Brett Olson, 53 of Twin Falls, driving a 2006 Kenworth Semi truck was traveling westbound on US30 at the intersection of 2000 East and collided with Paterson .
Olson went off the side of the road, then came back onto the roadway, rolled onto its side and slid across the roadway.
Clyde McClain, 52 of Buhl, was traveling eastbound on US30 in a 2006 Kenworth Semi truck. McClain saw the collision and attempted to avoid the crash, however he collided with Paterson.
Alcohol or drugs are not suspected to be a factor in the crash. All drivers were wearing their seatbelts and no one was transported from the scene by ambulance.
Both lanes of travel were blocked for approximately 3 1/2 hours for the crash. Trooper Faller was assisted by Cpl. Debie , Cpl. Winn and Capt. Storm.
Trooper Faller was also assisted by Twin Falls County Sheriff's Dept and emergency personnel.
The crash is still under investigation at this time.