ISP Respond to Multi-vehicle Wreck Near Burley
BURLEY, Idaho (News Release) – Idaho State Police investigated a multiple vehicle injury crash eastbound on Interstate 84 Friday afternoon at mile marker 216, just east of Burley.
According to ISP, three vehicles were traveling westbound on I-84 near the Snake River Bridge in a two-lane construction zone. Elijio Licano-Serrano, 47, of Farmington, N.M., was driving a semi truck and trailer when he struck a cement truck from behind. The cement truck, driven by Raymond W. Paige, 43, of Rupert, struck a Budget rental truck from behind.
Upon impact, the Budget truck, driven by Lois Cantu, 76, of Beaver, Ore,, was side-swiped by a semi car hauler traveling eastbound on I-84 driven by Anatoliy M. Svistunov, 37, of Vancouver, Wash.
The Budget rental truck was then struck by a 2016 Subaru Outback also traveling eastbound, driven by Kevin T. Ho, 61, of Twin Falls,. The Subaru was struck from behind by a 2011 Dodge R3500 pulling a trailer, driven by John V. Mendiola, 49, of Vale, Ore.
All occupants were wearing seatbelts. Cantu and her passenger, Helen G. Tamayo, 74, of Kendalia, Texas, were transported by ground ambulance to Cassia Regional Medical Center.
Both eastbound and westbound lanes of I-84 were blocked for about three hours while crews worked to clear the scene.