• September 14, 2022

Lashel Dawn Oliver Killed in Truck Accident in Todd County, MN

Todd County, MN -- September 12, 2022, Lashel Dawn Oliver was killed due to an accident where Oliver's vehicle and truck collided.

Initial details given by Minnesota State Patrol officials indicated that the crash happened near the Morrison - Todd County line on Highway 27, just north of Swanville.

Lashel Dawn Oliver Killed in Truck Accident in Todd County, MN

At around 8:46 a.m., it appears that 55-yeear-old Lashel Dawn Oliver was in a vehicle traveling eastbound on Highway 27. In a series of events unclear, Oliver's vehicle and a semi-truck also traveling eastbound crashed.

Oliver's injuries proved to be fatal following the collision. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Lashel Dawn Oliver Truck Accident in Todd County

Something that makes a crash like this challenging is simply that the victim isn't here to tell their side of the story. While no one can really say what happened here without knowing all the facts, it's important that victims and families always anticipate the obstacles that could stand between them and getting those answers.

Commercial trucks are specifically challenging in that regard. Trucking companies are not in the habit of being transparent and doing what they can to give families the answers they need. In fact, they're more likely to attempt to tilt the scales in their favor. Maybe that won't be the case here, but understanding these potential challenges could help folks take steps to get clear answers so the evidence can tell this woman's side of the story.

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