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One dead in Indiana truck accident

Apr 3, 2008 | Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart, Truck Accident


April 3, 2008

Police are still investigating an Indiana truck accident that killed an Indianapolis man.

The Indianapolis Star reported that an Indianapolis man lost control of his Honda Civic, hit a pick-up truck and a guardrail, and then slid in front of a semi-truck. The semi-truck crashed into the man’s car and then landed in a ditch on the side of the Interstate on top of the car.

Both drivers of the pickup truck and the semi-truck were uninjured in the three-vehicle truck accident.

Police said slick roads could have been a factor in the Indiana truck accident.

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