• November 01, 2023

David Payne Killed in Truck Accident in Jasper County, IN

Jasper County, IN — October 28, 2023, David Payne was killed following a truck accident at around 11:30 a.m. along State Road 10.

There are few details available about the crash at this time. Details released by the Kankakee Valley Post News says the crash happened at the intersection of State Road 10 and County Road 350 West, which is west of Wheatfield near Stoutsburg.

David Payne Killed in Truck Accident in Jasper County, IN

The report says Jasper County Sheriff's Office representatives responded to the accident involving a semi-truck driven by David Payne and a pickup. The pickup was apparently northbound on C.R. 350 W. when a mechanical failure may have prevented the pickup from stopping at the crossing. As a result, the pickup crashed with Payne's semi-truck, which then went off-road and crashed into a utility pole.

As a result of the accident, Payne succumbed to his injuries. The condition of the pickup driver wasn't specified. Right now, no further information is available.

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