Semi-Tractor Trailer Causes Twelve Vehicle Chain Reaction Auto Accident
A chain reaction auto accident left several injured and one teen fighting for her life when the driver of a semi-tractor trailer failed to slow down as he approached traffic back-up. The truck fishtailed and slammed into an SUV sending the SUV into an embankment. Twelve vehicles were involved in the accident.
It is unclear what caused the driver of the semi-truck to fail to break in time to avoid the accident. Was it a mechanical error, driver distraction, or other driver negligence such as driving under the influence? Further investigations will take place, including examining the driver’s cell phone records, GPS system, and the truck’s black box.
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