Originally Posted by juice5
On 21 March My 2014 27RR was 10 ft high 34 long fullwater tanks pulled by 2014 F250 Lariat crewcab diesel on Highway 95 at dusk Hawthorne Nevada....(Did not know three semi's blew off earlier in the day) ...at 65 mph started blowing me around...hit the diesel hard which straitend me out...then hit trailer brakes that got me to 50 mph and controlled ! another block down that road we were hit with something like 80+ wind ...everything rolled down mountain destroyed ....rolled many times but F250 air bags all went off, set belts kept wife and I in Place..seat tops kept roof up ...and an EMT just off work was first responder ! All I remember was helicopter ride to Reno Renoun Hosptial in snowstorm ! 6 weeks in rehab there and my broken neck repaired here in Minnesota 27 july.....31 july I got use of right arm n hand back ...wonderful. Wife sufferd fractured sternum n ribs 4 weeks in hospital. Now have new F250 king ranch diesel and looking at Wolfpack toyhauler....safe trailering to you all...In January Im gonna find that EMT to extend thanks...for truck photos send email to email@example.com
Juice, Wow that is a scary story. I'm happy to hear that you and your wife survived and are healing. I'm towing a 36', 13.5' high and usually very little water. I will learn from your lesson and just ground the rig until the weather improves. Besides worrying about us, I worry about my dog in an accident like this, what would happen to her and where would the take her. Thank you for sharing your story and I hope to see you on the road.