• October 07, 2022

Lee Winals Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Giles County, VA

Giles County, VA -- October 5, 2022, Lee Winals was killed as the result of an accident where a pickup and a tractor-trailer collided.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 2:15 a.m. on in the Pearisburg area at the intersection of Route 460 and Thomas Drive.

Lee Winals Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Giles County, VA

According to initial details from authorities, 36-year-old Lee Winals was in a pickup traveling northbound on Thomas. At Route 460, the pickup entered the intersection, and a tractor-trailer hit the pickup.

Winals sustained fatal injuries in the crash. No other injuries were reported. At this time, the cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Commentary on Lee Winals Tractor-Trailer Accident in Giles County

When it comes to deadly truck wrecks, it's absolutely crucial to make sure all the facts are clear. Authorities are not always as thorough as folks may think. That's not to say officers can't do their jobs--it's simply that their departments don't always back them up with the time and resources they need for something as complex as a commercial truck wreck. Whatever led to this man's death, the priority needs to be ensuring his loved ones are getting answers. Taking steps to get the information in the hands of experienced professionals is a prudent way to see that happen.

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