• May 24, 2017

Driver Killed in Single-Vehicle Truck Accident on Interstate 65 in Millersville, TN

Millersville, TN -- A single-vehicle semi-truck crash left an unidentified truck driver dead Wednesday, May 24, 2017 in Nashville, TN.

According to the report, a truck was traveling in the southbound lanes of 65 around 3:30 a.m. when it left the roadway, crashing into a group of trees. One person in the truck, who identity is yet to be disclosed, was killed in the incident.

It's unclear if the deceased victim was the sole occupant of the vehicle.

The investigation into the that claimed the drivers' life is currently underway by local authorities.

The report made no mention of other injuries in the crash.

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Whenever single-vehicle truck accidents happen, the knee-jerk tendency is to blame the driver. Unfortunately, in a fair number of these crashes, the driver's injured as a result of something outside of their control. Factors such as untenable work schedules, lack of proper vehicle maintenance, manufacturing defects, and even trailers loaded improperly may lead to these accidents.

Considering the time the incident happened, is it unreasonable to imagine the driver was at the end of a grueling overnight haul? I don't think so. Without a more thorough, independent investigation, we can't say for sure. Hopefully, a more subjective investigation into the accident will eliminate any doubt.

--Grossman Law Offices


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