There was a bad accident on Interstate 75 today. A 55-year-old man was killed in a crash involving two commercial vehicles in Butler County. A 70-year-old Bradenton man died in a one-car crash. In another accident, a motorcycle collided with a fallen tire. In another incident, a Freightliner driver swerved to miss an empty trailer.
a 55-year-old man was killed in a crash that involved two commercial vehicles on Interstate 75 in Butler County
Police are investigating the crash in which a man was killed, ejecting from his vehicle. The crash took place in the Liberty Township area of Butler County, and involved two commercial vehicles. Police say the accident was the 287th fatal collision involving a commercial vehicle in the county. Ohio State Highway Patrol officials say that a man operating a 2016 Freightliner was driving a car, which slowed down suddenly. A second truck, a 2022 Kenworth trailer loaded with aluminum coils, was traveling in the left middle lane of the road when the crash occurred.
The Ohio Department of Transportation and the Butler County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene. Fire and EMS personnel were also on the scene, and traffic was backed up about a mile in both directions after the accident. State troopers are working to determine whether or not the driver of the commercial vehicles was under the influence of alcohol. Currently, the accident remains under investigation.
The cause of the crash is unknown, but the crash involves two commercial vehicles traveling south on Interstate 75. The driver of the first truck was asleep in his cab when the crash happened. The driver of the second semi was also in the cab and he was not injured, but the driver of the other truck suffered minor injuries and was subsequently transported to a hospital.
A Bradenton man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on I 75 today. The crash occurred shortly before 1 a.m., as the driver of a pickup truck tried to change a flat tire. The vehicle veered off the highway and onto the shoulder. The 70-year-old Bradenton man died at the scene. The other driver of the Kia was also killed in the crash, and he is likely to face charges.
The accident happened around 6 a.m., when the motorcycle was headed north on US 41 near 58th Avenue West. The 70-year-old Bradenton man died in the accident. The crash left his wife and child critically injured. The cause of the accident is still unknown, but the driver was not wearing a seat belt.
The driver of the van in the crash may have been a coworker of the 70-year-old Bradenton man, as the subcontractor for the project notified MDOT about the bird bath effect. Police are investigating the case. A suspect is being held in the crash, including Manatee County Commissioner George Kruse.
a motorcycle collided with a fallen tire
A 55-year-old motorcyclist was killed Thursday after a motorcycle collided with a falling tire on I-75 in Sumter County. The motorcycle driver was following the truck being towed by a 32-year-old Georgia man, when the tire fell off and into his path. The motorcyclist was thrown from his motorcycle and died at the scene. The driver, Quesada Fonseca, is now facing charges for driving without a valid license.
Marion County Fire Rescue is investigating what caused the crash that killed several people. The crash occurred near mile marker 131 and closed one lane of traffic in each direction for a period of about two hours. Traffic backed up on the northbound lanes, but one lane opened up shortly before 11 a.m. Southbound traffic was also affected due to motorists slowing down to check the accident scene. At the scene, two motorcycles were lying on the interstate. The semi truck stopped and retrieved the motorcycle’s gear.
The driver of the semi truck was driving behind the motorcycles when the accident happened. The driver swerved and tried to avoid hitting the motorcycle riders, but it wasn’t enough. The truck rolled over the motorcyclists and both men died on the scene. Thankfully, neither driver was charged in the crash, but the investigation is ongoing. A motorcycle collided with a fallen tire on I-75 today, killing two men and critically injuring three others.
a Freightliner driver swerved to miss an empty trailer
A truck driver swerved to miss an unoccupied trailer on I-75 today, colliding with a motorcycle. The semitruck was carrying several large bags of fertilizer when it swerved to miss an empty trailer. The crash remains under investigation. As of 4 p.m. Tuesday, traffic was still very slow near the scene, backed up a mile in both directions.
A 2022 Kenworth truck driver was ejected from his semi after swerving to avoid the collision. The 2022 Freightliner, which was pulling an aluminum coil trailer, was not injured. The driver of the truck swerved to avoid the trailer, causing the semi to roll over and hit the back of the trailer.
The accident occurred on Interstate 75 in Butler County, Ohio, today, and one person was killed. A second person sustained serious injuries. Both drivers were wearing seat belts. Police are still investigating what caused the crash, but it is believed that the driver of the Freightliner swerved to miss the empty trailer. The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Liberty Township Fire and EMS were also called.
a Kenworth truck driver ejected from his truck
A Kenworth truck driver was ejected from his rig after a horrible accident on I-75 in Cobb County, Georgia. The truck hit a van and spun out of control, ejecting its five occupants. A 36-year-old man died at the scene of the crash, and four others were taken to area hospitals. The driver of the Kenworth truck did not test positive for drugs or alcohol. No charges have been filed yet.
The driver of a 2022 Kenworth truck was ejected from his vehicle after a crash on Interstate 75 today. He was driving a semi hauling aluminum coils, and was in the left lane behind a 2016 Freightliner. As he slowed down, he failed to see an object in the road ahead of him. After striking the trailer, the Kenworth slid off the road and into the concrete median. Barnett, whose name has not been released, died at the scene. The accident remains under investigation.
Traffic was slow in the area of the crash until 4 p.m. Tuesday. At the time of this writing, the northbound side of the highway was closed for four hours for cleanup. After reopening, traffic was moving again. There is still no word on the cause of the crash. The driver of the truck was not wearing a seat belt when the accident happened.
weather played a role in the crash
A stormy morning and afternoon in Knoxville, Tennessee, likely played a role in a bad accident on I-75 today. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, two vehicles collided on I-75 North near State Road 200. As the storm passed, the first vehicle struck a trailer, and the second vehicle slammed into the trailer. Both vehicles ended up falling over on their right sides.
The road conditions on Interstate 75 in the Madison County area were treacherous because of the ice on the roadways and the snow falling on the roads. A number of 18-wheeler truck drivers spent the night in their trucks, while others were out on the road as early as the morning. One truck driver had stopped in Madison County for repairs before he was involved in the wreckage.