The roads in southwestern Indiana were apparently too slick for at least one snow plow.
The Greene County Sheriff's Department says the state Department of Transportation plow truck went off Indiana 45 and flipped onto its passenger side in a crash early Friday.
The Greene County Daily World reports that the driver was trapped inside the truck by his seatbelt for time, but wasn't injured.
Police say there was about 2 inches of snow in the rural area about 15 miles southeast of Bloomington when the crash happened. The truck's load of road salt was spilled in the crash.
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