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  • Trooper warns speeders of danger on Simco Road after two recent fatal crashes

    Trooper Daniel Brennan with the Idaho State Police explains how motorists driving too fast on long stretches Simco Road, east of Boise, might be unable to negotiate curves engineered for lower speeds. Two recent accidents on the remote road connecting I-84 and Highway 167 in Elmore County, took the lives of two drivers and injured others.

Trooper warns speeders of danger on Simco Road after two recent fatal crashes

Trooper Daniel Brennan with the Idaho State Police explains how motorists driving too fast on long stretches Simco Road, east of Boise, might be unable to negotiate curves engineered for lower speeds. Two recent accidents on the remote road connecting I-84 and Highway 167 in Elmore County, took the lives of two drivers and injured others.
Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com