• November 15, 2022

Danny Stidham, Carl McDonald Killed in Semi-Truck Accident in Boone County, MO

Boone County, MO -- November 14, 2022, Danny Stidham and Carl McDonald were killed following an accident involving a commercial truck.

Authorities said that the crash happened at around 1:20 p.m. along Highway 63 at the intersection of Route NN.

Danny Stidham, Carl McDonald Killed in Semi-Truck Accident in Boone County, MO

Officials said that 72-year-old Danny Stidham was in a truck traveling "slowly" along the highway. While doing so, a big rig driven by 60-year-old Carl McDonald crashed into Stidham's vehicle.

Both Stidham and McDonald sustained fatal injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Danny Stidham, Carl McDonald Semi-Truck Accident in Boone County

A crash like this is no doubt going to present significant challenges due simply to how complex commercial vehicle accidents can be. One truck is challenging enough, but two without any survivors is only going to make things more difficult if authorities don't have the proper training an equipment. Frankly, it's unlikely they will. One of the reasons I'm so adamant about independent investigations is precisely because I've seen how often authorities overlook important details that are crucial for getting families the help and the answers they deserve. It remains to be seen, then, if proper steps are being taken here to ensure the right people are looking in to what ultimately caused this tragic accident and how it all could have been avoided.


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