Semi-Trucks Collision Kills One, Injures Two

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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) June 26, 2018 – An 18-wheeler traveling west on Interstate 440 in Arkansas crossed into the eastbound lane, striking another big rig. One trucker was killed in the crash.

The preliminary police report indicates a westbound truck hauling two trailers hit the inside of a concrete barrier, causing the vehicle to cross over into the eastbound lanes. The second trailer hit another eastbound 18-wheeler, killing the driver and injuring two others.

It is not clear if the first truck was speeding or whether the driver was distracted. An investigation is ongoing.

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