• June 05, 2020

Ali Muxamednooriye Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Dekalb County, MO

Dekalb County, MO -- June 4, 2020, Ali Muxamednooriye was injured following an accident where his 18-wheeler crashed on the interstate.

Authorities with the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that the crash happened at around 9:30 p.m. about two miles north of Cameron.

In their reports, investigators said that 53-year-old Ali Muxamednooriye was driving an 18-wheeler along southbound lanes of the interstate. Somehow, the 18-wheeler drifted off the side of the road onto the median. The truck then swerved back to the right, over-corrected, and then flipped over onto its side. It then slid off the right side of the road.

Rescue teams were able to extricate Muxamednooriye from the wreckage and take him to a hospital with serious injuries. It appears no one else was hurt.

Police did not release any additional details about the crash.


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