• October 24, 2022

Thomas Loner Killed in Tanker Truck Accident in Union County, PA

Union County, PA -- October 23, 2022, Thomas Loner was killed following an accident where a tanker truck overturned.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 12:15 p.m. along I-80 near Route 15 outside of Milton.

Thomas Loner Killed in Tanker Truck Accident in Union County, PA

According to initial details, it appears that 70-year-old Thomas Loner was in a tanker truck traveling eastbound. The tanker truck somehow veered off-road where it then hit a guardrail and overturned into a ditch.

Due to the crash, Loner sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Thomas Loner Tanker Truck Accident in Union County

When it comes to commercial truck rollovers, it's important people understand why they can be so complex. It's not always as simple as finding out the cause of the crash. The cause of a victim's injuries is also important to consider. But how could those be different?

Particularly with commercial truck rollovers, there's an issue authorities unfortunately don't look into often: the condition of the cabin. Many manufacturers will simply build exactly what the law requires, which does not live up to modern safety standards. But just because it may be legal doesn't mean they're off the hook when their laziness gets someone killed.

While considering information provided in the article below, folks should ask themselves: Would this man still be alive if he was in a truck made by a more responsible manufacturer? If not, then perhaps the cause of the crash is the only factor worth considering. If so, are investigations considering these factors thoroughly?

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