WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) UPDATE: West Fargo Fire Dept was on the scene, Tuesday morning,  about 7-O’Clock, of a reported semi that was on fire on the shoulder of the westbound lanes of I-94, near the West Fargo, Main Avenue Exit.

They conducted a partial lane closure of the westbound lanes.

The call originally came in for a semi truck that was on fire, but when crews arrived, they discovered the semi’s break was stuck.

While crews were working the scene, a UPS truck had lost control and ended up on its side next to where the original call came in.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports, Kiauni Witthauer of Jamestown the female driver of the UPS delivery van, approached too fast for conditions, over corrected, entered the median and overturned onto its side.

Witthauer was wearing a seatbelt.

She was charged with care required.

Troopers were able to clear the scene in less than an hour.

No injuries were reported.

The Highway Patrol was assisted at the scene by FM Ambulance and the West Fargo Fire, and Rescue Squad.

The Highway Patrol reminds motorists to use extra caution during inclement weather, reduce travel speeds, and move over for emergency vehicles.