• July 28, 2022

Michael Fillmore Killed, Roy Nicholas, William Galloway Injured in Truck Accident in Pulaski County, KY

Pulaski County, KY -- July 26, 2022, Michael Fillmore was killed and Roy Nicholas and William Galloway were injured due to a truck accident.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 2:00 p.m. along Cumberland Parkway near Somerset and Nancy.

According to officials, 41-year-old Michael Fillmore was in a westbound vehicle which reportedly went into the eastbound lanes and crashed with a pickup and a Freightliner.

Due to the collision, Fillmore sustained fatal injuries. The other drivers, Roy Nicholas and William Galloway, had reportedly minor injuries. No further information about the crash is available.

Commentary on Michael Fillmore, Roy Nicholas, William Galloway Truck Accident in Pulaski County

There isn't much information surrounding what happened here, and it's important investigators have the right experience and tools to get the facts. A head-on collision is complex enough, but a multi-vehicle crash involving a commercial truck is only going to present more significant challenges. Quite frankly, those aren't challenges authorities can always live up to.

Michael Fillmore Killed, Roy Nicholas, William Galloway Injured in Truck Accident in Pulaski County, KY

It's not about the skills of the officers but rather the priorities of their departments. If they don't have access to the right equipment and training, details are going to slip through the cracks. For folks in need of answers, that's good enough reason to consider independent professionals who have experience with commercial truck wrecks. If nothing else, getting all the facts needs to be a priority.

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