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A train and a semi collided Friday near Twin Falls and was blocking U.S. highway 30.
Idaho State Police responded to the crash just west of Twin Falls. The intersection was blocked, but opened later that evening.
ISP said a driver did not stop for flashing lights or warning bells when he drove into an oncoming train. The trailer separated from the semi and struck a 1998 Ford Windstar Van.
ISP initially tweeted that there were "Lots of potatoes on the ground," and later found out that 40,000 pounds of potatoes were spilled onto the roadway.
Several other crashes were reported in Eastern Idaho Friday afternoon.
This article first appeared on idahonews.com
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