Indiana Man Dies in Kentucky Semi Truck Wreck

Published on Jun 21, 2010 at 11:26 pm in Truck Accidents.

A semi-truck crash in Hopkins County turned fatal Sunday after noon. The accident occurred near the 37 mile marker on the Pennyrile Parkway.

Tammy Warren pulled her Pickup truck over Sunday afternoon to check a map when suddenly, for unexplained reasons, a semi-truck driven by Byron Nuss Jr. of Warren, Indiana swerved off the road into the emergency lane striking Warren.

Semi Truck Wreck Injures Youth Group In Whitely County

Published on Jun 11, 2010 at 11:44 pm in Truck Accidents.

A youth Group from Gainesville, Georgia was involved in a van/Semi- Truck accident on Highway 92 in Whitley County, Kentucky. According to local sources, the youth group was in town helping out at an elementary school. The youth group had been on the Kentucky mission trip since Saturday, June 5, and they were due home on Sunday the 13. The group was on their way back from the school when the crash happened.

The church van carrying thirteen youths crashed in to a semi truck carrying coal Wednesday June 9, in the afternoon, reportedly injuring some of those on board the bus. The massive crash left the bus with heavy damage, and it backed up traffic along Highway 92 for hours. Three teenagers and two adults were injured in the crash. Two of the teenagers, 16-year-old Holly Hawkins and 16-year-old Derrick Worley were taken to Jellico Community Hospital where they were treated and released.

Kentucky Truck Crash Fatally Injures Two Men

Published on Jan 31, 2010 at 11:46 pm in Truck Accidents.

A late night truck crash killed two men in Paducah on Thursday January 28, 2010. The men, Marcus Anthony McCleese and John Joeseph Carlton McCleese died around 10 p.m. after their 2007 Dodge went out of control on Husbands Road. The two men were from Carter County and were in town working.

McCracken County Sheriff Jon Hayden said the Utility Truck was traveling at a high rate of speed. The Kentucky Accident remains under investigation.

Graves County Crash Leaves Brian Williams Fighting for Life

Published on Nov 17, 2008 at 11:23 pm in Truck Accidents.

A Kentucky car and semi truck wreck this morning in Graves County, Kentucky have 34 year old Brian Williams fighting for his life tonight at a Nashville hospital.  Williams was struck in the side as he turned into his driveway on Kentucky Highway 121 near the Graves County and Carlisle County Line.

This story has been developing all day since this mornings crash.  Williams was flown to a Nashville Hospital where he is in Serious Condition with severe head injuries.  He was not wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash.

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