• March 09, 2017

Matthew Micenheimer Killed in Elk Grove, CA, Truck Accident

Elk Grove, CA -- March 1, 2017, Matthew Micenheimer was killed as the result of an accident where his vehicle collided with multiple 18-wheelers.

The fatal multi-vehicle accident happened in the western end of town along I-5. Authorities received the emergency call around 8:00 p.m.

According to preliminary accident reports, 23-year-old Micenheimer was driving an Oldsmobile northbound along the interstate. The vehicle was somehow involved in a collision with an 18-wheeler in northbound lanes, causing the car to lose control. It swerved into oncoming traffic where it collided with a second 18-wheeler and a car.

Due to the severity of the crash, Micenheimer's vehicle caught fire after the collision. He suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. No other injuries were reported.

Authorities have yet to determine what factors contributed to the accident. They have not released any more details at this time.

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