• October 20, 2022

Terry Tackett Killed in Truck Accident in Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh, PA -- October 19, 2022, Terry Tackett was killed after an accident where multiple vehicles collided along Parkway East.

Officials said they were called at around 6:00 a.m. to the area of I-376 and Beechwood Boulevard approaching the Squirrel Hill tunnel.

Terry Tackett Killed in Truck Accident in Pittsburgh, PA

Statements said that a previous crash caused a slowdown approaching the tunnel. In that slowdown, a three-vehicle collision involving a semi-trailer somehow occurred.

In that crash was 32-year-old Terry Tackett. Tackett sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. It's unclear if anyone else was hurt. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Terry Tackett Truck Accident in Pittsburgh

It's not unusual for there to be few details available so soon after a fatal wreck, especially one involving a commercial vehicle. The concern, however, is if authorities are really giving it the attention it deserves. Frankly, departments don't always equip their officers with the training and tools needed to look into a complex crash scene. As a result, crucial details can easily slip through the cracks. That's why I try to inform people as much as possible about the challenges surrounding these accidents and what can be done to get the victims and families the help they deserve.

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