• December 13, 2022

Lamont Jackson Killed in Snow Plow Truck Accident in Coxsackie, NY

Coxsackie, NY -- December 12, 2022, Lamont Jackson was killed in , after an accident where a snow plow hit a truck and caught fire.

Initial details said the incident happened overnight at around midnight in the parking lot of the Essendant Distribution Center along Route 9W.

Lamont Jackson Killed in Snow Plow Truck Accident in Coxsackie, NY

50-year-old Lamont B. Jackson was said to be plowing the parking lot at the time when the plow somehow crashed with a stationary box trailer, authorities said. A fire somehow sparked and engulfed the wreckage.

Jackson sustained fatal injuries due to the accident. No further information about the accident can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Lamont Jackson Snow Plow Truck Accident in Coxsackie

There's not much specific information about what went wrong here, and I'm certainly not going to jump to conclusions. One I do want to caution folks about, though, is just how complex things can get when it comes to fires and commercial vehicles. A lot of things can spark a fire, and not much of it is foreseeable or preventable during a chaotic collision.

But there are times where a fire is the result of poor manufacturing decisions, and victims that die due to those fires may have survived in vehicles made by more responsible companies. That's just one possibility here, but it's important folks understand there are all kinds of factors investigators need to look into. If investigators here aren't considering all of these possibilities, then the details may need to be in the hands of more experienced professionals.

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