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UPDATE: Water Truck Crash On Highway 2 And Mt. Spokane Park Dr.

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Just before 7:30 Monday morning a 3-vehicle crash involving a water truck occurred at Highway 2 and Mt. Spokane Park Dr.

The water truck rolled over on its top while it was attempting to turn and hit two vehicles. The driver of the water truck had to be extricated. As the driver of the truck was pulled from the wreckage he gave a big thumbs up to a concerned crowd.

The Washington State Patrol says only minor injuries are being reported. WSP is investigating.

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