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5.14 Lake Havasu City - Semi-truck loses control, shuts down Highway 95

A semi-truck driver lost control Friday morning shortly after 8:00 a.m., shutting down travel lanes in both directions on Highway 95 in Lake Havasu City. It is unknown why the driver, David Lopez, lost control.

The double-trailered truck belongs to Conway Freight out of Blythe.

The highway has a slight curve to the left and the driver went off the right side of the roadway and went into the ditch. As he tried to re-enter the road and gain control of the vehicle, it spun around on him. When he went back on the highway, the tires grabbed the highway and he went sideways.

According to sources, Lopez was hauling "miscellaneous freight" and no hazardous materials were onboard. The fire department responded due to fuel and oil leaks and they were able to cap them off.

The highway was closed for over 4 hours. Lopez was cited for failure to control his vehicle.

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