The moment when a gust of wind knocked over a cargo truck traveling in a storm. The images were recorded by the camera of a Nebraska Police car.
The agency also recorded 19 tornadoes. Previously, the highest number of hurricane-force gusts in a single day was 53: it happened on August 10, 2020. The data have been counted since 2004.
Due to the strong winds that have been experienced in recent weeks across the United States, many vehicles have suffered accidents on the roads. In the video, you can see how a truck with a trailer falls upside down due to one of these gusts. "Police officers have responded to a series of high-profile vehicles that capsized during today's high winds and heavy storms. Unfortunately, this happened right before a police officer on I-80 in Lincoln around 3:30 pm. Fortunately, the driver was wearing his seat belt and was not injured," the Nebraska State Patrol posted on its official Twitter account. The United States recorded the highest number of hurricane-force gusts in a single day on Wednesday, the National Weather Service (NWS) said, days after one of the deadliest tornado cycles in U.S. history. "Our primary mission is to make sure that everyone who leaves their home that morning returns home safely at night and to their families. That is the primary mission, "said Sergeant Ferguson asking for caution. More than 55 gusts over 75 mph (121 km / h) were recorded in various states, mainly in the Midwest, the NWS Storm Prediction Center said in a tweet, citing data as of 10:00 pm from the central U.S. The agency also recorded 19 tornadoes. Previously, the highest number of hurricane-force gusts in a single day was 53: it happened on August 10, 2020. The data have been counted since 2004. Officials cautioned that drivers traveling at different speeds through lanes during lousy weather should watch their surroundings. Even in clear weather, police encouraged drivers to take the same precautions in poor conditions. At the same time, traffic on interstates can still be challenging. Seventy-four people died in Kentucky and 14 nearby states after a tornado-plagued storm system ripped through the region.