• November 07, 2022

Gary Larrick Killed in Truck Accident in Crook County, WY

Crook County, WY -- November 3, 2022, Gary Larrick was killed due to an accident where a truck crashed and overturned off-road.

Officials with the Wyoming Highway Patrol said that the incident happened outside of Colony near the South Dakota state line along US Highway 212.

Gary Larrick Killed in Truck Accident in Crook County, WY

It appears that 74-year-old Gary Larrick was in a big rig traveling eastbound on the highway. Larrick's truck somehow sideswiped an oncoming truck, sending Larrick's truck off-road where it overturned.

Due to the crash, Larrick sustained fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. Authorities mentioned looking into inattention and medical conditions as possible factors, but investigations are ongoing at this time.

Commentary on Gary Larrick Truck Accident in Crook County

It's entirely possible something like inattention or medical conditions contributed to the crash, as police suggested. However, they often bring up those factors simply because they're possibilities. In all likelihood, they didn't actually have clear evidence for either possibility at the time of reporting. That's something folks don't often realize when it comes serious truck wrecks. Authorities aren't always as thorough as they need to be.

Authorities often jump to conclusions or overlook important information entirely. Could it be that they're simply speculating here, or are they actually having experienced professionals look into the details and find out why a man doesn't get to go home to his family due to this tragedy? In my experience, it's too risky to simply wait around for authorities to get answers they may not be equipped to get.

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