Discussion in 'Trucking Accidents' started by mjd4277, Dec 1, 2021.
Icy roads blamed for tipped semi that injured mother, child
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Obviously the roads were at fault for a roll over accident
Hmm this weather condition only had 1 collision
That happened in the middle of nowhere, so to answer you question, yes.
I was up that way yesterday. Temps 27-30 with fog.
Definately more than enough to create icing conditions!
4 wheeler driving slow due to fog truck going fast brakes hard to avoid 4 wheeler then jackknifes into said 4 wheeler ??
Blaming the icey road for a wreck is like blaming a loaded gun for shooting somebody.
That is the worst stuff to drive in , but it dont take much to slow down a bit and take it easy.
Dang that's a mess....I'm glad the mother and child made it out safe
Quit being a cop. (but yeah, we were all thinking it)
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