• May 23, 2022

Kierstynn Kiehl Injured in Semi-Truck Accident in Young Township, PA

Young Township, PA -- May 18, 2022, Kierstynn Kiehl was injured due to an accident where a car and a semi-truck collided on the highway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:30 a.m. along Route 36 in the area of State Route 536.

In their initial reports, authorities said that 18-year-old Kierstynn Kiehl was in a car traveling along the highway when the car somehow collided with a semi-truck. Police said only that they ultimately cited Kiehl for a traffic violation.

Due to the collision, Kiehl had to be airlifted from the scene. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Kierstynn Kiehl Semi-Truck Accident in Young Township

These reports seem pretty straight-forward, but it's important for folks to get a glimpse of what I experience on a near daily basis. These reports essentially say there was a crash and the victim was cited. Beyond that, there isn't really much information. People may jump to conclusions seeing that the victim was cited, but that doesn't necessarily mean they caused the crash.

Kierstynn Kiehl Semi-Truck Accident Young Township, PA

For example, someone could be ticketed for speeding but still get cut off by someone pulling off the shoulder. The fact this young woman was flown from the scene concerns me since she may not have been around to tell her side of the story. To ensure people get as much help as they can and to ensure they can tell their side of the story, it's often crucial to ensure there are thorough independent investigations into any commercial truck wreck like this. Whether or not proper steps are being taken here remains to be seen.

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