Archive for the ‘Indiana Truck Accidents’ Category
INDIANAPOLIS, IN — A semi truck accident on the city’s south side ended in tragedy when the driver of the semi-truck, Nathaniel Jackson, 46, was pronounced dead at the scene due to the tractor trailer crash.
LAKE STATION, IN — A big rig driver, who swerved to avoid hitting another semi truck that was moving into his lane, caused an overhead Borman Expressway sign near Lake Station,Ind. to partially collapse.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – On Thursday, February 9, 2012 a pickup truck crashed into a tanker truck in Indianapolis, IN and the pickup became wedged under the tanker, trapping the injured driver until emergency crews could rescue him.
BRISTOL, IN – Seven people were killed on a toll road in Bristol, IN when their mini van was hit from behind by a semi truck on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
WABASH, IN – A semi truck stuck on the railroad tracks in Wabash was struck by an oncoming BNSF train on Monday, Aug 15th.
PIERCETON, IN – A semi lost part of its load of hazardous materials after an early morning truck accident Thursday, January 6, in Kosciusko County, Indiana. The tractor trailer flipped over on its side after the crash on U.S. Highway 30 near the town of Pierceton, IN. The crash happened in the north central part of Indiana about 33 miles west of Fort Wayne. The truck accident area is about 60 miles south of Three Rivers, Michigan and about 137 miles west of Toledo, Ohio.
Early Thursday morning 54 year old truck driver John E. David of Huber Heights, Ohio was driving a semi trailer truck west on US 30, traveling through north Indiana. At the time of the truck accident the semi was pulling two trailers filled with barrels containing flammable resin and another unspecified corrosive material. ... Read More
EVANSVILLE, IN – Two men were injured Wednesday morning, December 29, when they were involved in a truck accident on a highway in Vanderburgh County, Indiana. The men’s pick-up truck was hit by a semi tractor trailer on southbound U.S. Highway 41, at the juncture with Boonville-New Harmony Road. The truck accident area is in the Evansville metro region in the far southwest corner of Indiana, about 38 miles northwest of Owensboro, Kentucky and about 41 miles east of Carmi, Illinois.
On Wednesday morning 67 year old Bennie R. Nelson of Evansville, IN was driving a blue semi trailer truck south on U.S. Highway 41. The semi driver was traveling through Vanderburgh County at the time of the truck accident but his destination was not released. The trailer had the logo for NYK Logistics & Megacarrier, an international transportation company with US corporate offices in Secaucus, New Jersey. ... Read More
REMINGTON, IN – A semi driver was arrested Thursday, December 16, after he set off a deadly truck accident in south Jasper County, Indiana. The driver’s passenger was also charged in the fatal collision that involved several Freightliner semis and occurred on Interstate 65 near the city of Remington, IN. The accident area is in the northwest part of Indiana, about 190 miles west of Lima, Ohio and about 94 miles southeast of Chicago, Illinois.
On Thursday morning 50 year old truck driver Sayid Ama Ikar of Greensboro, North Carolina was driving a 2001 Freightliner semi trailer truck south on Interstate 65, moving through Jasper County, Indiana. The semi driver was carrying a load of rubber mats when the truck accident occurred. There was a passenger in the cab section, identified as 23 year old Abbdirahman Sayid Ama, also of Greensboro, NC. ... Read More
BAKERS CORNER, IN – A semi driver was arrested Friday, December 10, after a deadly truck accident at a highway intersection in Hamilton County, Indiana. The fatal collision occurred just north of Indianapolis at the juncture of 236th Street and U.S. Highway 31 in Bakers Corner. The truck accident area is in the central region of Indiana, about 146 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky and about 169 miles southeast of Chicago, Illinois.
Late Friday morning 47 year old truck driver Tarrance Lee of South Bend, IN was southbound on US 31, driving a semi trailer truck through Hamilton County, IN. The driver was carrying a load of steel cables in the trailer section of his rig when the truck accident occurred. The driver is employed by Storm Trucking, based out of South Bend. His destination is not known at this time. ... Read More
FISHERS, IN – Hundreds of homes and businesses in Hamilton County, Indiana lost their power Monday, November 29, after an early morning semi truck accident. The single vehicle collision occurred just north of Indianapolis at the intersection of Allisonville Road and 116th Street in the town of Fishers, IN. The truck accident area is in the central part of the state, about 187 miles southeast of Chicago, Illinois and about 130 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky.
Early Monday morning truck driver John Williams of Milwaukee, Wisconsin was driving a semi trailer truck through Hamilton County, IN. The logo on the cab section of the truck was Bay & Bay, a transportation and freight company based out of Rosemount, Minnesota. The cargo and destination of the semi is not known. ... Read More