One Person Killed, Another Injured After Big Rig Truck Accident on Interstate 40 in Arizona

One Person Killed, Another Injured After Big Rig Truck Accident on Interstate 40 in Arizona

ON March 01, 2017

A box truck rear-ended a semi near AZ-CA border at milepost 23

According to an article posted by 3TV News, there was a fatal truck accident that occurred early Friday morning on Interstate 40 where a driver was killed and another injured.

The big rig truck accident occurred just before 2:30 a.m. in the morning on Friday.  The tractor-trailer was headed eastbound just 23 miles east of the Arizonia-California border, by Yucca in Mohave County.

A Department of Public Safety Trooper reported that the driver of the semi called in to report his vehicle being rear-ended.  Per the article, a box truck had hit the semi and was wedged underneath the trailer.

As a result, per the article, the driver inside the box truck was found dead at the scene when authorities arrived.  The other driver, inside the semi, suffered minor injuries comparably and was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

The vehicles had to be removed from the roadway and the wreck blocked the I-40 for some time before traffic resumed in the eastbound lanes.

The crash remains under investigation until further notice and details will be released as they are determined once the authorities have concluded their investigation into this major truck accident.

We from The May Firm extend our heart-felt condolences and prayers to the friends and families affected by this tragic loss.  Truck accidents are commonplace on the highway, and unfortunately, can have major consequences.

Losing a loved one can be a difficult time for any family member when it involves an accident on the highway.  If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a semi truck accident, speak with one of our experienced lawyers today to see if you may be entitled to compensation.  Let our team of experienced attorneys fight for you.  Call us today at 1-844-MAYFIRM for a free consultation.  There is no charge and no obligation at all.