• October 20, 2022

Franklin Culler Killed in Truck Accident in Harrison County, MS

Harrison County, MS -- October 18, 2022, Franklin Culler was killed due to an accident where a semi-truck crashed into another semi on I-10.

Franklin Culler Killed in Truck Accident in Harrison County, MS

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 11:30 p.m. along I-10. It appears that 58-year-old Franklin Culler was in a semi-truck traveling westbound on the interstate. It appears the truck somehow went off-road where it crashed into the back of another semi parked along the shoulder.

Due to the collision, Culler sustained fatal injuries. Reports listed no other injuries. Authorities have not yet released a specific cause for the accident.

Commentary on Franklin Culler Truck Accident in Harrison County

It's obviously concerning to see any vehicle hit someone on the shoulder, but if anyone understands that these situations aren't always so clear-cut, it's other truckers. One thing to consider, for example, is if the truck on the shoulder was parked legally.

There are particular rules to follow when stopping on the interstate. Failing to follow those rules can be deadly for just about anyone--including the drivers of the parked trucks. I can't say what happened here without more thorough investigations, but it's important folks learn about these possibilities so they understand why jumping to conclusions can be so detrimental for a family in need of answers.

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