• January 05, 2017

John Seibert Killed, Dorothy B. Madden Hurt in Accident in Franklinton, LA

Franklinton, LA -- An incident involving a passenger vehicle and a log-truck claimed the life of 54-year-old John Seibert and left Dorothy B. Madden with injuries in Franklinton, LA.

The incident reportedly took place on La. 450 the evening of Thursday, December 29, 2016.

The SUV containing the victims collided with the westbound log-truck at the intersection of La. 450 and La. 440. Officials say the truck struck the left front fender, forcing it off the roadway, leaving the vehicle overturned.

Mr. Seibert was reportedly killed at the scene of the incident.

Mrs. Madden was taken by air to North Oaks Health Systems for treatment of moderate injuries.

Officials are currently analyzing the details of the crash in the hopes of determining an official cause.

The media report provided no further information regarding the deadly incident.


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