• February 07, 2022

Paul Brungardt Killed in Truck Accident in Springdale, AR

Springdale, AR -- February 5, 2022, Paul Brungardt was killed after an accident where a commercial truck crashed into Brungardt's vehicle.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 8:54 p.m. along I-49 near mile marker 72.

According to reports, 50-year-old Paul Brungardt was in a Jeep traveling northbound along an on-ramp. As the vehicle merged onto main lanes, the vehicle somehow lost control, causing it to spin into the center lane of the interstate. There, a Kenworth truck crashed head-on into Brungardt's vehicle.

Brungardt sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. Conditions at the time of the crash were said to be icy. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Paul Brungardt in Truck Accident in Springdale

Paul Brungardt Killed in Truck Accident in Springdale, AR

When roads ice over, fatal collisions like this one are all too common. However, I caution folks against assuming that the crash was simply unavoidable due to the weather. It's still important to investigate the crash as one would without any hazardous weather conditions. Was speed a factor? Alcohol? A medical condition? Would a reasonably prudent truck driver have been able to avoid hitting the victim, or did this truck driver do all they could to avoid the crash? Was there some sort of mechanical issue? A tire blowout? It's entirely possible that investigations will show nothing unusual happened here, but taking steps to ensure the victim's loved ones know they're getting the full story should be a priority.


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