Bad Accident on I 75 Today
Another bad accident has occurred on Interstate 75 today, killing a man. This time, a commercial vehicle and a motorcycle were involved. The motorcycle collided with a fallen tire on I-75 in Sumter County. And a Freightliner driver swerved to hit the back of an empty trailer. It’s unclear if either of these accidents is related, but the incident remains under investigation by the OSHP.
a man is dead following a crash that involved two commercial vehicles on Interstate 75 in Butler County
A fatal crash involving two commercial vehicles on Interstate 75 in Butler County killed a man on Tuesday afternoon. Police are investigating whether alcohol or drugs were a factor in the crash. This is the eighth fatal crash in Butler County this year and the 287th crash involving commercial vehicles. Northbound traffic was diverted to Ohio 129, and the Ohio Department of Transportation assisted on the scene. Liberty Twp. Fire and EMS were also on the scene.
The driver of a 2022 Kenworth truck was ejected from the semi he was driving, leaving the driver dead at the scene. The other driver, a 2022 Freightliner driver, was unharmed in the crash. The truck driver, James Barnett III, was a semi truck driver from Sellersburg, Indiana. He was driving when he crashed with a 2016 Freightliner, pulling an aluminum coil trailer. The truck rolled over and hit the back of the trailer.
The driver of a semitrailer, Faustin Muhire, was driving on the same lane as Barnett’s truck. Muhire’s truck stopped suddenly for unknown reasons, colliding with Barnett’s semi and overturning into a concrete median. Barnett was pronounced dead at the scene. There are no charges yet, and the accident remains under investigation.
The crash involved two commercial vehicles on Interstate 75 in Butler. A man, 25, was killed in the crash. He had been arrested for marijuana possession and operating a commercial vehicle while driving drunk. A police officer told WJR the driver was intoxicated. Authorities said Mays was not the driver of the Honda. He died from his injuries and his passenger died as a result of the crash.
a motorcyclist was killed after colliding with a fallen tire on Interstate 75 in Sumter County
A 55-year-old man was killed Thursday morning on I-75 when his motorcycle collided with a fallen tire. The accident occurred while the motorcyclist was traveling behind a truck being towed by a 32-year-old man from Georgia. The truck’s tire suddenly detached and struck the motorcyclist, overturning his motorcycle. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the truck, Quesada Fonseca, is facing charges for driving without a license.
The unlicensed driver was arrested after the collision. The motorcyclist was riding in a motorcycle and collided with a tire that had fallen from a trailer. The driver of the truck stopped at the scene and told authorities that the motorcyclist hit the rear bumper of the vehicle. The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet, but it was still not possible for him to steer clear of the truck.
The Webster Police Department is investigating the crash. The driver had misjudged a curve in the exit ramp and was struck by a motorcycle. The driver is asked to provide their name, drivers license number, vehicle plate number, and the time and location of the accident. The driver is also asked to provide the name of the woman who died in the crash, as well as the date and time of the accident.
The crash caused several deaths and injured a motorcyclist in the area. A DCES vehicle responded to the scene at 3:04 p.m. and a crew of firefighters and paramedics arrived at the scene at 3:14 p.m. The DCES response was significant, according to DCES Operations Chief Roy Bass. The lead crew member of the DCES response was Kenneth Kurth.
The accident also caused three cars to be shut down, shutting down one lane in the area of Webster City. One of the vehicles was traveling south on Highway 3 and the other was headed north on Highway 3. The two vehicles collided near Woolstock and Cypress Cove Lane. Authorities say three other people were injured, but are in satisfactory condition.
a Freightliner driver swerved to hit the back of an empty trailer
A fatal crash on I-75 in Butler County, Ohio, today left a Freightliner driver dead. The crash involved two semi-tractor trailers. Both trucks were carrying empty cargo. The truck driver, Faustin Muhire, of Fresno, California, was driving a 2016 Freightliner. The truck rear-ended a Chevrolet Suburban, forcing it into the median. The driver of the 2022 Chevrolet Suburban and 2011 Chevrolet Traverse were also hit, forcing them into the roadway. The drivers of the other vehicles have not yet been identified, but THP is investigating.
The Freightliner driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The two passengers in the box truck were not injured in the crash. Police are investigating the crash and will update this article when they have more information. It is unknown what caused the flatbed trailer to detach from the semi, but authorities believe the crash was an accident caused by a careless driver.
The accident occurred on Interstate 75 near mile marker 131. The crash involved both northbound and southbound lanes of the highway. It was not immediately clear how the driver swerved but it is known that all motorists were wearing seat belts. At least one driver was wearing his seat belt, and the Highway Patrol said he was not at fault. Despite the fact that all of the drivers in the cars and trucks involved in the crash were wearing their seat belts, the accident was not an easy one.
The cause of the tragic accident is still unknown. The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are looking into the incident. The driver of the Freightliner swerved to miss the empty trailer. The driver was not injured, but the child was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle did not get hurt.
The driver of the empty trailer was uninjured. The truck driver of the Freightliner driver was only injured in minor injuries and received few cuts to the face. He is now being investigated by the California Highway Patrol. It is unclear whether the truck driver was at fault or not, but it is a traumatic accident for the family and the community.
Authorities are investigating whether or not the weather played a role in the crash. Snow and ice covered many parts of the state, but the driver of the 18-wheeler was asleep in his cab at the time of the crash. He was not injured, but his passengers were. They were en route to a senior living facility in Columbus. They were returning from the Creative Learning Workshop, a vocational program for adults with disabilities.
Police say the trailer hit a Honda Accord while the driver of the Mini Cooper was attempting to turn right on the westbound lane of Interstate 75. A driver of the Semi failed to look at the approaching traffic, and it struck both vehicles. The woman driving the Chrysler was killed in the crash, while the driver of the other two vehicles was injured.