• December 13, 2022

Erin Tabor Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Kinder, LA

Kinder, LA -- December 12, 2022, Erin Tabor was killed due to an accident where an 18-wheeler crashed into his vehicle.

Officials were called out to the intersection of Highway 165 and Lauderdale Woodyard Road at around 4:30 p.m.

Erin Tabor Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Kinder, LA

In their reports, investigators said that 52-year-old Erin Tabor was traveling southbound and attempted to turn onto Lauderdale Woodyard. While doing so, a tractor-trailer crashed into Tabor's vehicle.

Tabor sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. No further information about the accident is available at this time.

Commentary on Erin Tabor 18-wheeler Accident in Kinder

This soon after a deadly truck wreck, it's important folks don't go jumping to conclusions. Even when things seem straight-forward, there's just no telling what extenuating factors can come into play. I've seen all kinds of unusual situations throughout my career. Faulty airbags, medical conditions, missing road signage, etc.

For example, when I looked up images, I saw a memorial cross on the median from earlier this year. Could that be a sign this is a dangerous intersection? Has the community expressed concerns to local officials about this area before? That's just one example, but it's why I learned that serious wrecks like this need to be in the hands of experienced investigators as soon as possible.

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