• November 16, 2023

James Herman Kinney Killed in Truck Accident in Fremont County, IA

Fremont County, IA — November 14, 2023, James Herman Kinney was killed in a truck accident just after 12:00 noon along 370th Avenue.

According to authorities, James Herman Kinney—age 67—was traveling in a northbound 18-wheeler towing a loaded trailer along 370th Avenue just south of the 150th Street intersection when the accident occurred.

James Herman Kinney Killed in Truck Accident in Fremont County, IA

For unknown reasons, the semi began to veer to the right and off of the roadway. When the drift was corrected, however, the weight of the load in the trailer shifted; the vehicle then overturned as a result. Kinney reportedly incurred severe injuries in the accident. He was transported to a local hospital by emergency medical services in order to receive immediate care. However, he later succumbed to his injuries, having been declared deceased at the hospital.

The cause of the accident is under active investigation by local authorities. The weather and road conditions in the area at the time of the accident have not been reported on. No additional information is currently available pertaining to this incident.

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