Tractor trailer rolls over on I-89 in Warner during storm, driver cited for speeding

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night.

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night. New Hampshire State Police—Courtesy

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night.

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night. New Hampshire State Police—Courtesy

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night.

The scene of a tractor trailer rollover on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night. New Hampshire State Police—Courtesy

By ARIANNA MACNEILL

Monitor staff

Published: 04-04-2024 10:13 AM

Modified: 04-04-2024 10:33 AM


A tractor trailer rolled over on I-89 southbound in Warner Wednesday night as the early spring storm began to barrel through the region, leaving the highway closed for several hours.

State police said they were called to the area near mile marker 21.6 around 8:40 p.m. On scene, they found the truck had rolled over onto its right side in the middle of the road. The truck was fully loaded with shingles.

The driver, Harpit Sidhu, 42, of Brampton, Ontario, was not injured in the crash, and the truck was the only vehicle involved, according to authorities.

Both the Warner and Sutton fire departments responded to the scene, police said. The highway was shut down for several hours while crews worked on the cleanup.

The crash remains under investigation, but the truck did pass a trooper, also traveling southbound, several miles before the crash. The trooper reportedly noticed the truck was speeding. Sidhu was cited for driving at speeds too fast for existing conditions.

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