• June 21, 2022

Travis Fedoriw Killed, Kaamal Barnes Injured in Truck Accident in Trout Run, PA

Trout Run, PA -- June 18, 2022, Travis Fedoriw was killed and Kaamal Barnes was injured due to an accident where their truck overturned.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 9:45 a.m. along Route 15. It appears that 26-year-old Travis Fedoriw was driving a truck with Penske Truck Rental markings along the highway. While rounding a curve, the truck lost control and overturned.

Fedoriw sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. A passenger, 26-year-old Kaaamal Barnes, reportedly had minor injuries. Exact circumstances leading up to the crash remain under investigation.

Commentary on Travis Fedoriw, Kaamal Barnes Truck Accident in Trout Run

It's entirely possible this is a crash like many others where something like speeding or distracted driving led to the crash. It's not my place to say without any clear evidence. But something folks may not consider is the truck being a rental vehicle. That raises the possibility there may have been issues relating to poor maintenance that the renter couldn't have been aware of. That may take more thorough independent investigations to rule out, which is why police reports alone may not be enough to get this person's loved ones the answers they deserve.

Travis Fedoriw Killed, Kaamal Barnes Injured in Truck Accident in Trout Run, PA

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