UPDATE: The Wyoming Highway Patrol is looking for a witness to Friday morning's crash on Old Glenrock Highway.

Trooper Mark Priest says the driver of a commercial truck that was traveling behind the silver Ford F-150 involved in the crash, may have seen what happened.

If you are, or know that driver, please call Trooper Priest at 800-442-9090.


UPDATE: The crash this morning involved a full-sized pickup and compact car.

The driver of the pickup was headed westbound on Old Glenrock Highway when for unknown reasons, it slid off the road to the right. The driver over-corrected and slid into the eastbound lane into oncoming traffic.

A compact car coming the other way tried to avoid the truck by steering to the right, but they both hit essentially broadside in the barrow ditch.

The pickup caught fire and burned “down to the ground” according to the Highway Patrol.

Both drivers were taken to the hospital with severe injuries. Their conditions are not known.

There were no passengers and no other vehicles involved.


There has been what is reported to be a head-on collision on the Old Glenrock Highway Friday morning.

A witness tells K2 Radio News that the accident is near County Line Road.

As of 7:30 Friday morning, there were several emergency vehicles on scene.

We have contacted the Highway Patrol and will update this story when more is known.

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