• June 23, 2022

Noah Goodwin Killed, 1 Injured in Truck Accident in Meramec Township, MO

Meramec Township, MO -- June 22, 2022, Noah Goodwin was killed and one person was injured due to an accident involving a semi-truck.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 5:00 a.m. along I-44 near Antire Road outside of St. Louis.

Officials said that 21-year-old Noah Goodwin was near or in a Chevy pickup that stalled along eastbound I-44. While there, it appears a semi hit the pickup. Reports are unclear on the following events, but they say Goodwin attempted to run across the highway when the same or a different semi-truck hit him.

Due to the series of events, Goodwin sustained fatal injuries. The driver of the Chevy had serious injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Noah Goodwin Truck Accident in Meramec Township

Noah Goodwin Killed, 1 Injured in Truck Accident in Meramec Township, MO

It's not really clear what happened here or how avoidable all of this was. Even with a victim supposedly running across the road, what led to that? Is that even what happened? If they were in the pickup when it was rear-ended by a semi, were they not injured? How much time passed between that collision and the man supposedly running across the road? Is it clear if there are even multiple semis involved here? Quite frankly, a man lost his life here, and these reports do little to explain what happened. Another man could be fighting for their life. So are authorities just being tight-lipped about the facts, or do they not actually know what happened? Is there anyone out there that can shed light on the events? Otherwise, my concern is the families aren't getting the answers they deserve.


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