• March 17, 2023

Dea’ndre Taylor Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Barren County, KY

Barren County, KY -- March 13, 2023, Dea'ndre Taylor was killed in an accident where a tractor-trailer crashed off the side of the highway.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 3:30 p.m. along the 6000 block of Highway 839. It appears 25-year-old Dea'ndre Taylor was in a tractor-trailer going along the highway. Somehow, the vehicle went off the side of the road where it overturned on an embankment. Due to the crash, Taylor sustained fatal injuries. Authorities did not give any other details.

Dea'ndre Taylor Killed in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Barren County, KY

Obviously, authorities need to be hard at work looking into why this awful event happened. The victim isn't around to tell their side of the story, which means there needs to be clear evidence to do that on the victim's behalf. But more than that, there can be factors beyond the cause of the crash that need attention.

One that this accident brought to my mind is the issue of 18-wheeler rollovers. A problem that doesn't get enough attention in the public is many manufacturers failing to protect their customers. A lot of 18-wheelers which should be able to withstand a given rollover simply collapse due to lazy construction. This leads to drivers who would otherwise be okay suffering serious or fatal injuries.

Could it be that something like that contributed to this crash? That's going to depend on the evidence, but it remains to be seen if authorities are truly being as thorough as they need to be in order to get this person's family the answers they deserve.

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