• September 13, 2022

Tylar Greene, Allison Bittiker, Teen Killed, Derick Mahurin Injured in Truck Accident in Vernon County, MO

Vernon County, MO -- September 12, 2022, Tylar Greene, Allison Bittiker, and a teen were killed and Derick Mahurin was hurt in a semi-truck accident.

Preliminary investigations said that the incident happened just after midnight at the intersection of US Highway 54 and Route 43.

Tylar Greene, Allison Bittiker, Teen Killed, Derick Mahurin Injured in Truck Accident in Vernon County, MO

According to available details, 19-year-old Tylar Greene, 24-year-old Allison Bittiker, 19-year-old Derick Mahurin, and a 17-year-old girl were in a Ford F-150 traveling through the intersection. The pickup reportedly entered the path of a semi-truck which then crashed into the pickup.

As a result of the collision, Greene, Bittiker, and the unidentified teenager were killed. Mahurin was said to have serious injuries. At this time, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Tylar Greene, Allison Bittiker, Derick Mahurin Truck Accident in Vernon County

After such a devastating crash, the last thing anyone should do is take early details like these at face value. I've had hundreds of families come to me about deadly truck wrecks, and the amount of times it turned out authorities missed something important would shock folks. That's one of the reasons I'm always so adamant about independent accident reconstructionists. Just because some factors may be unusual doesn't mean they don't happen. It can take a lot of experience and equipment which authorities don't have access to for families to really get to the truth of what happened. Are proper steps being taken here to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks?


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