• December 19, 2022

Harrison F. Miller Killed, John Tran Injured in Semi-Truck Accident in Lancaster County, NE

Lancaster County, NE -- December 16, 2022, Harrison Miller killed and John Tran injured due to an accident involving an 18-wheeler.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 11:00 a.m. along Highway 6 near the intersection of 162nd Street.

Harrison Miller Killed, John Tran Injured in Truck Accident in Lancaster County, NE

Officials said that 18-year-old Harrison F. Miller was in a Volkswagen Jetta traveling westbound on the highway. Somehow, it appears the vehicle went into oncoming lanes where it crashed with an 18-wheeler.

Due to the collision, Miller sustained fatal injuries. The truck driver, identified as 47-year-old John V. Tran, was said to have non-life-threatening injuries. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Harrison Miller, John Tran Truck Accident in Lancaster County

Something that people should keep in mind at all times is just how complex a commercial vehicle is. It's not simply that the scenes are generally chaotic due to the severity of the impact. It's also a matter of the companies involved doing everything in their power to make sure they're painted in the best light as possible. Don't get me wrong, that's not to blame anyone in particular here. But with someone losing their lives--a teenager no less--letting any stone go unturned would be a disservice to the victim's loved ones. That's why, if nothing else, it's important folks understand the potential shortcomings of relying on authorities rather than experienced independent accident reconstructionists.

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