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Truck Drive Detaches Cab Then Flees Scene Of Fatal Accident

Police are searching for the hit-and-run tractor-trailer driver who killed one person and severely injured another in Vernon, California gruesome crash. Apparently, after the truck driver fled the scene of a minor collision he proceeded to run a red light. As he blasted through the intersection, the semi collided with a Chevy pick-up truck which became wedged underneath the semi’s trailer. The truck driver attempted to keep driving, but stopped after hearing the sound of the mangled Chevy beneath his trailer. That only stopped him temporarily. The semi unhitched the trailer and fled the scene in the cab of the truck.

When firefighters arrived at the scene, they had to cut open the Chevy in order to extricate the two men trapped inside. The passenger died at the scene; the driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition. Police located the abandoned tractor cab about a mile away, but after speaking to several witnesses and officials of the Texas-based company connected to the truck, they have identified a “person of interest.” No arrests have been made.

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