Traffic was held up early Wednesday at the Garrity interchange in Nampa after a driver hit an electronic traffic sign on the side of the road, according to an Idaho State Police press release.
Around 6:30 a.m., 31-year-old Nampan Bobby Johnson was driving westbound on Interstate 84 in a Dodge Nitro when he went onto the right shoulder of the road, hitting a portable electronic traffic sign. The sign was pushed into traffic, where 64-year-old Dan Delozier, of Pocatello, struck the sign with his 2014 Kenworth.
Debris from the sign was strewn across the interstate, obstructing the road for about two hours as crews worked to clean up.
Neither driver was injured in the accident.
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