Articles Posted in Fatal Truck Accident

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The plaintiffs in the case are the executors of the estate of Otto Mermelstein, who is deceased. The two executors are Adrianne Gibilisco and Steven Mermelstein. The defendants of the case are Jagat Aniroodh, National Retail Systems, Inc., and Keystone Freight Corporation. The case is being heard in the Supreme Court located in New York County. Judge Paul Wooten is overseeing the case.

The case involves a wrongful death suit that was brought about by the plaintiffs Gibilisco and Mermelstein on behalf of the estate of Otto Mermelstein. The defendants have moved for an order to grant summary judgment in the matter of liability. The plaintiffs are opposing this motion and contend that the motion papers are misleading and in error. The plaintiffs state that the defendant Jagat violated vehicle and traffic laws as well as the New York City traffic regulations and rules and that Jagat should be found negligent in the matter.

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A 35-year old Queens man was returning, one December day, by car from New England with his wife when he met an accident. According to the man’s testimony, he had a slight collision with a van in the entrance ramp of the Bruckner Expressway. The collision resulted in locked bumpers. The two drivers exited their vehicles to disengage their bumpers. The next recollection, the man said he was waking up on the ground.

The man’s wife, now deceased, testified at an examination before trial that while she was watching her husband dislodge the bumper, a tire rolled past and hit him in the back, rendering him unconscious. She stated that the tire was traveling so fast, she thought that it killed him. The wife first saw the tire when it was about five feet away from her husband, and did not see where it came from. According to records in court, the tire had an identification tag stapled just below the tread. The tag bore the name of a tire manufacturing company.

The man filed an action against the van owner and the tire manufacturing company to recover damages for the personal injuries he sustained as a result of the accident. The tire manufacturing company moved to dismiss the action complaining that the evidence presented failed to establish any negligence on its part, and failed to connect it with the offending tire. The trial court granted the motion.

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A wrongful death action was filed arising from an accident involving a truck driver and the deceased man, a bicyclist, which caused the death of the young man.

At the time of the accident, a 40-year old man was driving a white Mac Truck, which was 40 feet long, to Bloomingdales to make a daily deliver. The driver is a tractor-trailer driver for a company which delivers merchandise to retailers. The Mac Truck was owned by the company where the driver works for. The driver said he was unsure if the truck had any blindspots, that it was dark outside, and that there were street lights and lighting illuminating the area from adjacent stores.

The driver maintained that before the Truck accident, he was driving in the second lane from the left on Third Avenue and approaching its intersection with 59th Street. He estimated that the maximum amount of speed he was traveling was about five to six miles per hour. He maintained that prior to the accident he had a clear and unobstructed view of the intersection, that he did not see the deceased man in his bicycle prior to the impact, and only became aware of the accident after he had heard a loud “pop” sound emanating from the right front passenger side of the truck. At the scene of the accident, the truck driver was not issued any traffic citations, however, he later voluntarily turned himself in to the 17th Precinct of the New York City Police Department where he received a desk appearance ticket for driving with a suspended New York license.

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The body of a 43-year-old mother of two was found by police in an industrial part on the eastern outskirts of Matamata. Officials believe she was the victim of a hit-and-run.

The woman was wearing dark clothing and no shoes.

The suspect was probably a truck driver who is thought to have gone back to see what he hit. The victim’s 26-year-old son said that a truck driver who thought he hit something near where the body was found contacted police. He had turned around to check whether he hit something but said he did not find anything at the time.

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Father of eight died in a motor vehicle accident last week on and Indiana highway. He was hit and killed while standing outside of his tractor trailer alongside the highway.

The 60-year-old man had pulled his semi to the side of the interstate. At this time, his reasons for doing so are unknown. As he was preparing to reenter his truck, a 1994 Ford Ranger drifted from the right lane, catching the man with its passenger-side mirror.

The father of eight was thrown against the pickup and fell to the ground. He suffered fatal head injuries and was pronounced dead at Northlake Methodist Hospital in Gary, Indiana.

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A prominent reporter has obtained a report of a truck accidentwhich happened in Lagos, Nigeria. It is thought that at least two people died as a result of the accident, and many other people experienced a number of different injuries.

The accident was caused when four fully loaded petroleum tankers struck a semi-truck which was not parked particularly well in the road. The truck was loaded with iron rods and it’s suspected that one of the trucks first hit an iron rod before colliding with the truck itself.

This accident is said to of caused havoc for the country’s most important city. The witness explains that when an accident like this happens it will shut down many roads for hours, in exactly the same way as in the US.

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A report which has been obtained by a reporter, explains that a crashwhich occurred on Interstate 95 resulted in the death of a pregnant woman. The accident occurred on Interstate 95 between exits 9 and 10.

Two residents of New Jersey, one of which was a pregnant 18 year old woman were the victim of a tragic accident.

The 18 year old pregnant woman and a 42 year old man died in the crash. It’s alleged that this crash was caused by a drunk driver.

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A pregnant high school student from North Bergen died as a result of a drunken crash, reports a Lawyer. The family of the young girl said that she would have been attending her prom tonight if it wasn’t for this fatal accident.

An 18 year old student and 42 year old man died in the accident. A driver who is alleged to be intoxicated hit the semi-trailer truck on Saturday afternoon. This killed the young girl and the man very quickly. It is believed that the two killed were a couple, and that the 42 year old was in fact the father of her unborn baby.

The Long Island accident caused a large fireball and a lot of noise. The crash happened at 6:15 in the morning. The 42 year old man was the driver of the semi-truck, with the young girl as his passenger. A SUV allegedly driven by a drunk driver is thought to of cut the truck up which caused the truck driver to try and brake and steer out of the way. This caused the cab and the trailer to separate.

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A semi-truck driver has recently died due to a tragic accident. The accident occurred early on Wednesday morning. The police department is currently investigating the causes of this accident, explains a witness.

The truck accidenthappened at around 5:15 on Wednesday morning. The Auburn Police Department was alerted to the accident which only involved one vehicle on Interstate 85. There were a number of 911 calls to the local police department to tell them about the accident.

The officers arrived quickly on the scene and discovered that the truck had come off the road when travelling north. The truck then crashed into a line of trees where the driver was severely injured.

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A man from Torrington is being charged with manslaughter for allegedly falling asleep at the wheel of his car. The driver is also alleged to of been on drugs which caused the truck accident.

The car ploughed into a semi-truck last year. This killed his accident on impact. He has been detained and charged with manslaughter.

The man received several charges including operating under the influence of drugs, misconduct with a motor vehicle and second degree manslaughter. He is thought to have driven the Jeep into the large truck, noted the reporter. The truck was parked up in a parking lot.

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