• August 08, 2022

Raymond Arnold Killed in Truck Accident in Dekalb County, AL

Dekalb County, AL -- August 6, 2022, Raymond Arnold was killed after an accident where a tractor-trailer crashed and caught fire.

Authorities said that the crash took place at around 3:10 p.m. along I-59 just south of Fort Payne.

Investigators said that 53-year-old Raymond E. Arnold was in a tractor-trailer traveling along the interstate. Somehow, the truck crashed off-road into several trees. The truck then caught fire.

Raymond Arnold Killed in Truck Accident in Dekalb County, AL

Officials pronounced Arnold deceased at the scene. At this time, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Raymond Arnold Truck Accident in Dekalb County

There are all kinds of reasons a truck may run off the road like this. While people are quick to blame the truck driver, there may have been extenuating circumstances that require more thorough independent investigations. But regardless of that, it's also possible this crash was unnecessarily fatal.

Any truck that catches fire could be a sign of a serious manufacturing issue. I do my best to inform folks about the ongoing problem with truck fuel tanks which are put in dangerous places, leading to fires that could have been avoided. If investigations show that the driver should have been able to survive this crash, his loved ones deserve to know why those steps weren't taken.

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