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Crashes snarl Father’s Day traffic

Crashes snarl Father’s Day traffic

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KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Two crashes blocked parts of Interstate 5 on Father’s Day.

A rollover crash north of Ferndale caused a two-mile back-up on northbound I-5 yesterday afternoon.

Troopers say a possible blown tire caused one vehicle to sideswipe another.

Two passengers were taken to the hospital.

An SUV hauling a trailer jackknifed and blocked southbound traffic on I-5 south of Bellingham yesterday morning.

Both lanes were blocked near Samish Way for about an hour.

State patrol says no one was injured.

The driver received a ticket for driving too fast for conditions.

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