• May 16, 2023

Driver Killed Single-Vehicle Truck Accident on I-65 in Louisville, KY

Louisville, KY — May 8, 2023, a truck driver was killed in a single-vehicle truck accident around 12:24 p.m. on I-65 in Louisville.

Authorities report the semi-truck driver was when the truck somehow jackknifed, overturned onto the road's concrete retaining wall, and caught fire. The trailer of the truck remained on the road while the cab of the vehicle was reported hung suspended, only still in the air on the overpass due to the cab's connection to its trailer.

The truck driver purportedly suffered fatal injuries. Authorities have not released what factors led up to the incident.

Driver Killed Single-Vehicle Truck Accident on I-65 in Louisville, KY

Monthy Matnopaseuth, Samiane Kothpratoum, Douangpee Amnatkeo, 13-Year-Old Killed in Truck Accident in Montgomery County, VA

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