• February 14, 2023

Nakita Bunting Killed in Truck Accident in Richmond County, GA

Richmond County, GA -- February 10, 2023, Nakita Bunting was killed as the result of an accident where Bunting's vehicle crashed off-road.

Investigators said that the accident happened outside of Augusta at mile marker 11. It appears that 48-year-old Nakita Bunting was in a tractor-trailer traveling along the interstate. Somehow, the truck ran off-road where it crashed into a guardrail and multiple trees.

Nakita Bunting Killed in Truck Accident in Richmond County, GA

Bunting sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. Police haven't given any additional details, but then they aren't always quick to talk about single-vehicle wrecks like this. Over the years, I've seen just how much can go wrong for hard-working, responsible truck drivers. Mechanical issues, cargo shifts, medical conditions, other drivers who then leave the scene, etc. Those aren't generally factors that a simple police report typically covers. Hopefully authorities here are equipped to be more thorough so this driver's loved ones get the answers they deserve.


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