When the deputies arrived, they found the red pickup truck that had skidded off the ramp sitting upright in the roadway below.
The driver had lost control of his vehicle as he was driving on the interchange ramp, according to MCSO.
“The vehicle traveled up a snowbank, proceeded over the barrier wall, and descended 70 feet down onto the westbound I-94 distress lane,” the sheriff’s office said.
The driver was conscious, breathing and did not show signs of impairment, according to the sheriff’s office. He was taken to a local hospital by the Milwaukee Fire Department.
More than 380 crashes in Oklahoma
A long-duration cold wave across the Lower 48 is expected for at least the next 10 days, with snow and ice expected, Guy said, adding that a significant ice storm is forecast for later this week in Oklahoma, Texas and the Mid-Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley. More icy conditions are expected after snowfalls from Missouri to New England
Two people died and people suffered injuries in at least 130 of the incidents Oklahoma State Troopers responded to, according to the tweet.
At least 20 cars were caught in a pile up on I-40, the main thruway of Oklahoma City, Monday, OHP Trooper Eric Foster said during a press briefing Monday.
Foster said that an unknown number of people were injured during multiple collisions along an icy bridge.
In Topeka, the police encouraged people to slow down after snowfall snarled traffic conditions.
CNN’s Gisela Crespo and Jeremy Grisham contributed to this report.