• March 02, 2023

Frank Allison Killed in Truck Accident in Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs, CO -- February 21, 2023, Frank Allison was killed following an accident where a semi-truck crashed into his car.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 1:15 p.m. along I-25 in the area of the Martin Luther King Jr. Bypass.

Initial reports said that 85-year-old Frank Allison was in a car going northbound along I-25. In a series of events unclear, a semi-truck crashed into Allison's vehicle.

Frank Allison Killed in Truck Accident in Colorado Springs, CO

Allison succumbed to fatal injuries due to the crash. No other injuries were reported. Police also did not mention any pending charges or citations at this time. Right now, though, the wording of these reports is concerning, to say the least.

When a semi-truck crashes into a vehicle on the interstate, it often raises serious red flags. Was the victim stopped for traffic? Driving with their emergency lights on? Simply minding their own business while the truck was way over the speed limit? Were they disabled in a lane of travel? Did that car lose control prior to the collision? People get all kinds of ideas from imprecise wording like that, which is why evidence is so crucial. There needs to be a clear understanding of why the crash happened and whether or not there need to be consequences. Right now, the public information simply doesn't offer enough information one way or the other.


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