• November 03, 2022

Garlin Kinnebrew Killed in Tanker Truck Accident on East Broad in Columbus, OH

Columbus, OH -- November 1, 2022, Garlin Kinnebrew was killed due to an accident where a tanker truck crashed along East Broad Street.

Initial details indicate that the incident happened at around noon in the area of East Broad Street and Wickfield Road.

Garlin Kinnebrew Killed in Tanker Truck Accident in Columbus, OH

According to officials, 55-year-old Garlin Kinnebrew was in a tanker carrying sanitation material traveling along East Broad Street. For reasons unclear, the truck crashed with a Honda that was in the right lane, then ran off-road where it hit a tree.

Due to the collision, Kinnebrew sustained fatal injuries. Two people in the Honda were said to have minor injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Garlin Kinnebrew Tanker Truck Accident in Columbus

With a crash like this, it can be a bit too easy for folks to take early details at face value. The reality is a commercial truck wreck this serious is likely going to require more thorough investigations from experienced accident reconstructionists. It's not always as simple as just seeing if someone was fatigued, drunk, or on their phone. For all we know, the driver suffered a medical emergency or a mechanical issue. It's possible the few details that are currently available aren't even accurate.

I can't begin to count how many times families came to me with police reports only for independent investigations to show they missed something important. The same could prove true here, which is why folks need to understand the potential shortcomings of simply waiting around instead of seeking out experienced professionals.

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