Almost a year after a deadly crash that left marks on the area more then just the burn marks you could see, Idaho transportation officials say commuters will again be able to use the Cloverdale Overpass.

The news of 3 airmen from the Mountain Home Air Force Base that were killed along with the guy driving the tractor-trailer on the overpass quickly spread throughout the Treasure Valley.  Drivers stated that it was so eerie driving by the overpass and to see the scorch marks.  Idahoans began to contemplate if this was a common occurrence on such a busy interstate. No, they aren't and it was so tragic.

They took down the old overpass and replaced it which has been a long process. Now, this Saturday it isn't open fully but IDT says they will open up a lane in each direction on June 15. Then it should be fully completed by September.