According to media reports Sunday, more than 40 cars and trucks were involved in a huge pileup on Interstate 80 in Wyoming on Thursday afternoon.

According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, 33 semitrucks and 12 other vehicles crashed during a blizzard between Cheyenne and Laramie. Many other motorists were stranded behind the accident that completely blocked the highway.

At least 60 vehicles piled up in three wrecks along Interstate 80 in Wyoming due to a spring snowstorm. Photo courtesy Wyoming Highway Patrol

At least 60 vehicles piled up in three wrecks along Interstate 80 in Wyoming due to a spring snowstorm. Photo courtesy Wyoming Highway Patrol

22 victims were taken by ambulance and 11 more were taken by a school bus to a hospital in Cheyenne. Six were listed in critical condition, but the Wyoming Highway Patrol said there are no reports of fatalities.

Authorities say 40 to 50 commercial vehicles and 20 passenger vehicles were involved between the three multiple-vehicle collisions that occurred at the same location on I-80 beginning Thursday morning, reports 9News.

Several agencies responded to the crash to help transport victims and help clean up the accident. Both directions on I-80 between Cheyenne and Laramie are expected to be closed through Friday afternoon.

peeds too fast for blizzard conditions and loss of control are being blamed for the three separate pileups between Cheyenne and Laramie that injured 22 people. (Photo: Wyoming Highway Patrol)

speeds too fast for blizzard conditions and loss of control are being blamed for the three separate pileups between Cheyenne and Laramie that injured 22 people. (Photo: Wyoming Highway Patrol)