Emergency data was brought to Laukletta on Sunday night after notifying a road trailer. The trailer is lying next to it after run-down.
"The driver has recovered, apparently not physically injured," police district Troms said on Twitter at 18.27.
According to Kåre Munkvold's operations manager, his offspring are not far from the exit to Asko.
"Based on what we got, the trailer did not block the road in any way, causing traffic problems, Munkvold stated at 18.40.
According to the Nordlys reporter on the spot, the trailer was registered in Sweden.
– This has pushed the road on the right side towards Tromso. There is a trail of about 50 meters before stopping and crossing, "explained Jørn Normann Pedersen.
"The driver is good, he is not injured. He has also explained to the police, and there is no suspicion of a crime, the deputy police chief reported on the spot.
Maybe it's closed
The police are now trying to get a car storage area.
"We are trying to agree on a favorable time if the road has to be closed during car storage," said the deputy leader.
The driver told Nordlys that he was driving his car after a car came in its tracks.
"I don't know if it took a shortcut, but at least it happened on the wrong side of the road. So I let the trailer come out to the edge, which gave up, the driver said.
Fibrous Sunday night
At 9:30 a.m. it was clear for car storage.
– One path will open, or it will be skipped by gamma. The entrepreneur will eventually take over the traffic routing. It is estimated that the work will take around one hour, said Operations Manager Kåre Munkvold at 21.40.
At 10:06 p.m., the Norwegian Public Road Administration announced that E8 would be temporarily closed due to car storage.
– Manual routes and local detours, illuminating the Road Traffic Center.
At 3:05 p.m., the road network announced that the road had been opened for more traffic.