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One dead following semi crash

There seems to be a deadly rash of runaway semi trucks, which have been crashing into buildings or homes. Likewise, yet another tragic semi crash occurred in Superior, Montana Sunday morning near mile marker 45 on Interstate 90. Furthermore, the semi accident happened when the driver of the truck went off of the left hand side of the interstate, broke through the median, crossed over east bound lanes, sped down an embankment, and came to a rest after it crashed into a trailer court.

Sadly, the semi crashed through a fence, hit the side of a parked vehicle, and then finally a trailer. The damage from the runaway truck was devastatingly extensive to the trailer. There has been no word if any occupants were inside the trailer at the time of the accident. Tragically, the driver of the semi was rushed to a nearby hospital, but died from their injuries. Currently, there is an investigation pending on what the reasons for the crash were.

The skilled St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth are dedicated professionals that are prepared to vigorously represent you, or your family member who were involved in a semi truck, or tractor-trailer accident. Furthermore, our experienced attorney's have over a century of combined experience, and will fight tirelessly for you while assisting in recovering the fair financial compensation you deserve. Please contact our St. Louis office today for a free consultation.

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