3 Mt Home Air Force Base Men Died In Fiery I-84 Crash
The Ada County Coroner's Office has not yet released the names of the four victims who died in Saturday night's explosive crash on I-84 but people are starting to come forward with information as to who was involved.
According to reports from the Idaho Statesman SSgt. Jeremy Mosier of the Mountain Home Air Force Base has stated that three of the four confirmed dead were members of the Mountain Home Air Force Base. Obviously, it is a top priority for authorities to properly identify and then notify family members before releasing this information. The specifics on who died should be released any day now.
There were seven vehicles involved in the accident including two commercial vehicles that collided and one that exploded into flames. The crash took place in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 84, near a construction zone at the Cloverdale Road overpass around 11:30 p.m. Saturday night. That overpass has been completely destroyed and is closed indefinitely. We're all grateful for those that survived and we all mourn with those families who have lost so much.