Truck mangled after icy roads cause a rollover wreck, Nebraska State Patrol says

Courtesy: NSP Sergeant Horak

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Sergeant Courtney Horak with Nebraska State Patrol shared a photo that might remind you to buckle up on your next trip.

She tweeted a picture of a pickup truck that suffered serious damage from a crash.

You can see the roof was completely caved in by the time the vehicle came to a rest.

Sergeant Horak says the truck lost control in the middle of icy road conditions and rolled.

She adds the driver was able to walk away from this wreck thanks to his seat belt.

According to the Nebraska Department of Transportation, the state’s seat belt use rate is about 10% worse than the national average.

That means over 375,000 Nebraskans aren’t buckling up.

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