OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Omaha police say a car was traveling more than 90 mph on Interstate 480 when it hit a guardrail, killing the driver.
The crash happened at 7:24 p.m. Sunday when the car made a sudden lane change at the I-480 intersection with Interstate 80 and the John F. Kennedy Freeway. Investigators say the car was traveling more than 91 mph when it hit a guardrail beneath the Vinton Street bridge.
Police didn’t identify the driver pending notification of relatives. The driver was the car’s only occupant.