• February 22, 2017

Justin Renard Killed, Louis Dohmen Injured in Fremont, NE, Accident

Fremont, NE -- February 21, 2017, Justin Renard was killed and Louis Dohmen was injured following an accident in which a car and an 18-wheeler crashed.

According to the Fremont Police Department, the collision occurred on the west side of town at the intersection of 23rd Street and US Highway 30.

Preliminary accident reports indicate that 23-year-old Renard was driving a Chevy Monte Carlo LS westbound on 23rd. He approached the highway intersection, and he turned onto northbound traffic lanes. Shortly after this, his vehicle was struck by a northbound tractor-trailer.

Renard suffered fatal injuries in the collision, and he was pronounced deceased at the scene. The driver of the Johnson Trucking 18-wheeler, 62-year-old Dohmen, was taken to Fremont Health Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

Authorities did not say if charges or citations were issued after the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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