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Five Soldiers Killed in Truck Accident

Five Soldiers Killed in Truck Accident

A tragic auto accident on Thursday in Central Texas has caused the death of five soldiers. According to authorities, a Tactical Vehicle carrying 12 soldiers overturned in flood water near the Army post in Fort Hood. Five soldiers were killed in the rapid flowing flooded creek waters and four soldiers are still missing. The soldiers were undergoing training on how to operate the Light Medium Tactical Vehicle. In the past, the vehicle had been able to drive in flooded waters. However, the truck was overrun by the flooded Owl Creek. Army Officials report the rain caused the creek to rise very quickly. The road was moments away from being closed when the truck was swept away. Despite training in high-water situations, the soldiers were overcome. The Army will release the victims after families have been notified.

When a loved one dies due in a fatal motor vehicle accident that seemed preventable, you may wonder if you can file a lawsuit, such as a wrongful death claim. If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence, intentional action or wrongdoing, you could have a wrongful death claim. A wrongful death claim seeks damages for the wrongdoer, asking the courts to order them to pay compensation for damage sustained. These types of claims can be a complicated and lengthy process. St. Louis’ best personal injury attorneys have a century of combined experience and are ready to assist you with your wrongful death claim. At Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC, your initial legal consultation is always free and we do not collect unless we obtain a successful outcome. Contact us today.

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