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Car accidents: Man dies in horrific crash

Unfortunately, Kentucky employees are familiar with the tragedies that can occur in the blink of an eye. Sadly, several people witnessed one of the area's most recent horrific car accidents.  Traffic was stopped for hours on the interstate, and one man died as a result of the crash.

The accident occurred as drivers were traveling eastbound on Interstate 264. Authorities closed the interstate to allow accident reconstructionists to collect evidence and investigate the events leading up to the crash. From the initial report, it is believed that a gas tank truck may have struck the victim's car hard enough to cause it to crash into a nearby SUV. The impact of the crash into the SUV apparently sent the man's car back up under the gas tank trucker.

Another driver, who witnessed the crash, stopped and helped the driver in the initial moments following the crash. The other driver reported that the man suffered significant bleeding, and he attempted to stop the bleeding with a towel and held the victim's hand until emergency medical technicians arrived. Sadly, the man did not survive his injuries. At this time, authorities are not expecting any charges to be filed in relation to the crash.

Families and surviving loved ones may be overwhelmed with the aftermath of decisions that need to be made and expenses to pay following similar tragic car accidents. Kentucky personal injury attorneys are experienced with assisting families to understand their options for compensation. Some families may wish to have assistance with filing a claim with their personal insurance. Other families may wish to discuss civil actions against truck companies if evidence of negligence exists.

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