January 16th, 2013|
January 16, 2013
Two motorists were left seriously injured as the result of an accident that occurred earlier this week between a car and a tractor-trailer. According to WTHITV 10 News, the crash happened just before 2:30 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection of 3rd and Chestnut Streets near downtown Terre Haute, Indiana.
Reports from Officers with the Terre Haute Police Department indicate a maroon Ford Escort sedan was passing through the intersection when it was suddenly struck by a tractor-trailer that was also passing through the intersection. The impact of the Indiana Truck Accident pushed the sedan, carrying two passengers, into a utility pole before screeching to a halt.
Rescue crews were summoned to the scene and had to extricate one of the motorists from the Focus before the pair could be transported to a local trauma center to have their injuries examined further and treated. The driver of the big rig was not hurt in the incident.
Police say they are still working to determine which vehicle failed to render the right-of-way at the intersection. Investigators and added they are looking into what contributing factors may have led to the accident as well.
The Indiana Disability Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin recognize how dangerous an accident with a large vehicle, like a tractor-trailer, can be and would like to wish those who were hurt a full and speedy recovery from the injuries they sustained in the crash.
August 3rd, 2011|
August 3, 2011
The driver of a fuel tanker was killed after an accident occurring early Wednesday morning in Speedway, Indiana. Roads were closed for hours due to the fuel spill that resulted from the crash. According to WISHTV8.com, the accident occurred in just after 12:30 AM on Crawfordsville Road’s I-465 entrance ramp.
The crash occurred after the driver of the fuel tanker lost control and slammed the vehicle into a concrete road barrier. The impact of the crash flipped the truck and crushed the cab, killing the driver inside. Approximately 3,000 gallons of unleaded gasoline leaked from the truck’s 20,000 gallon tank into a nearby drainage ditch. Drivers were urged to avoid the area while experts worked to remove remaining fuel from the tanker and transport it to another area. Police expected the roadway to reopen by noon Wednesday.
A representative of the company the driver was working for was present at the scene of the accident, but declined to comment on the circumstances of the Indiana truck accident.
Due to the size and weight of the vehicles involved in truck accidents, it is common for these incidents to involve injuries or death. Contact an Indiana Truck Accident Lawyer with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin–they may be able to help you collect compensation from insurance and trucking companies responsible for the accident.
July 24th, 2008|
July 24, 2008
According to The Journal Gazette, four people were sent to the hospital after being involved in a Fort Wayne truck accident.
Of the four people injured in the Fort Wayne truck accident, one was in critical condition.
The Fort Wayne truck accident occurred when a tractor trailer drove off the road, hitting two telephone poles and a mailbox. The truck then reentered the road, hit a car, tipped over, and then pinned another vehicle.
Police reported that alcohol was a factor in the Indiana truck accident. The driver of the tractor trailer involved in the Fort Wayne truck accident had a blood-alcohol level of 0.22.
April 1st, 2008|
April 1, 2008
A Chicago truck driver was killed after a fence post impaled the man in a truck accident on Interstate 65.
The Indianapolis truck accident occurred around 1 a.m. when the truck driver veered off the Interstate and hit some trees and then drove through a fence.
The Associated Press reported that a fence post flipped up and crashed through the windshield of the truck, killing the man at the scene of the Indiana truck accident.
Indiana State Police said fatigue might have been the cause of the Indianapolis truck accident.