• November 18, 2022

Driver Killed in Dump Truck Accident on Newby Rd in Huntsville, AL

Huntsville, AL — November 17, 2022, one person died after a dump truck crashed at a quarry on Newby Road in Huntsville.

Authorities say the incident happened just before 3:20 p.m. at a quarry located at 26020 Newby Road. The exact circumstances of the accident aren't known yet, but a dump truck reportedly crashed at the quarry and its driver suffered critical injuries. They were transported to a local hospital where they died a short time later.

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

Commentary on Huntsville Dump Truck Accident on Newby Rd

After all kinds of accidents I often find myself gently encouraging people to take the preliminary details with a grain or two of salt and wait for all the facts before reaching any conclusions. The Huntsville accident would be another one of those times, as preliminary information only says the truck crashed without clarifying how or why. I understand how frustrating it can be not to have answers, but making assumptions or trying to fill in the blanks with guesses isn't helpful.

Sadly the victim of the accident can't tell their side of the story, so instead there must be a careful and thorough investigation that accounts for all the potential explanations. Anything from a driver mistake to a vehicle malfunction to unstable terrain at the quarry could have contributed, so it's best to find the facts that can tell the whole tale. Will police efforts alone be enough to do that?

Driver Killed in Dump Truck Accident on Newby Rd in Huntsville, AL
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