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PHOTOS: Jackknifed Semi-Truck Blocks Sherman Pass

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A jackknifed semi-truck completely blocked Sherman Pass on Friday (PHOTO Todd Cutler) A jackknifed semi-truck completely blocked Sherman Pass on Friday (PHOTO Todd Cutler)
FERRY COUNTY, Wash. - The Washington State Patrol and Department of Transportation responded to a jackknifed semi-truck blocking Highway 20 about a mile east of Sherman Pass on Friday afternoon. 

No injuries were reported, but the wreck did slow down traffic for a while, as crews worked to clear the big rig. Weather is believed to have caused that crash, as there as snow and slush on the roadway. 

KHQ viewer Todd Cutler was in the area and sent in the photos you see attached to this article. 

We are told the roadway was cleared at around 7:00pm on Friday. 

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