New Jersey Man Killed in Florida Semi-Truck Crash

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A New Jersey man was killed due to a crash between two semi-trucks. The accident happened at approximately 5:10 a.m. on a Monday.

A 2002 Frie tractor-trailer was parked in the I-10 eastbound emergency lane roughly two miles easy of State Road 61. The vehicle driver, a 38-year-old man, was standing in the emergency lane between the highway’s eastbound lane and the driver’s side of the vehicle. The passenger, a 36-year-old, was in the sleeper berth.

Meanwhile, a 2008 Peterbilt was on I-10 traveling eastbound. For reasons still unknown, the driver veered to the right and hit the Frie tractor-trailer before crashing into the Frie’s driver. The Peterbilt then caught fire, and thus blocked the I-10’s entire eastbound lane.

The Frie’s driver, a resident of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, was killed because of the crash. The Peterbilt’s driver, a 48-year-old man from Haines City, Florida, was unhurt by the accident.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, the charges remain pending as the investigation is still ongoing.

Hiring An Attorney

If you or a loved one is from the state of New Jersey and is involved or injured in a motor vehicle accident, immediately seek legal counsel from a personal injury lawyer from the Grossman Law Firm. A capable attorney should be able determine your right to file a claim and help you recover financial damages.

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