• November 03, 2022

Anthony Holifield Killed in Crash with 18-Wheeler on I-65 in Lebanon, IN

Lebanon, IN — November 2, 2022, 36-year-old Anthony Holifield died in a collision with a tractor-trailer on Interstate 65 in Lebanon.

Authorities say the incident happened shortly before 6:45 p.m. on an exit ramp from I-65 near mile marker 140. Preliminary investigation suggests Holifield was driving a Chevy Tahoe on the highway when he reportedly crashed into the back of an 18-wheeler that was stopped at a red light at the top of the ramp.

Holifield was extricated from the Tahoe by firefighters but was pronounced dead at the scene. No other injuries were reported.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is currently available.

Anthony Holifield Killed in Lebanon, IN Crash with 18-Wheeler on I-65

Commentary on Anthony Holifield Accident in Lebanon

With a crash like this, it's important folks don't just assume they know all they need to know. One vehicle rear-ending another is nothing new, and investigations often find such crashes are the fault of that rear driver. However, there can sometimes be extenuating circumstances and other factors to consider.

If steps aren't taken to put the crash in the hands of experienced professionals, important details might slip through the cracks. Since folks often just wait around for police reports, that's often what happens. As hard-working as officers may be, they're not always provided with the tools or time needed to look into more complex possibilities. Understanding the shortcomings of a "by the book" police effort can help folks understand why a crash like this would likely be better dealt with by independent investigators.

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