Huntersville, NC – Person Killed in Fatal Truck Crash on I-77

Huntersville, NC (September 28, 2020) – Around 2 a.m. on Monday, September 28, one person was killed in a fatal truck crash in Huntersville.

According to the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, the collision took place on I-77 when a semi-truck and multiple construction vehicles collided in the area. A tractor-trailer was traveling south on the Interstate when, for reasons that are not yet known, it collided with multiple construction vehicles.

Two people, who have not yet been identified, were immediately taken to the hospital for treatment of serious injuries. One of the victims died at the hospital.

The accident was so severe that a portion of the Interstate was closed down in the southbound lanes for several hours. All lanes quickly reopened.

The investigation into the circumstances of the collision continues.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Truck Accidents in North Carolina

Huntersville, NC – Person Killed in Fatal Truck Crash on I-77Truck accidents are some of the most horrific accidents that occur on our roadways. In 2016 alone, it was reported that approximately 14,000 accidents took place within the state that involved trucks. These accidents are incredibly severe in most cases due to the fact that trucks are some of the largest vehicles on our roadways. Every year in the state of North Carolina, hundreds of lives are taken as a result of these accidents. It is important that family members speak with an attorney in their time of need after they have lost somebody they love.

Losing a loved one might be one of the most traumatic things that you have ever endured. No amount of money can bring back somebody you love but it can make it easier on you on a financial level as you worry about the stressful aftermath of your accident. Truck drivers are known for being some of the safest drivers on our roads but this does not mean that all of these accidents are going to be prevented. Losing somebody close to you in a North Carolina truck accident might be one of the most difficult things that you have ever faced. It is important that you speak with a wrongful death attorney in your time of need.

At Ricci Law Firm Injury Lawyers, PA, our skilled and resourceful accident attorneys are here to assist you after you have lost somebody you love in a fatal accident. It is not uncommon for families of loved ones to feel incredibly overwhelmed after they have lost somebody they love in a truck accident. Our attorneys can assist you along the often-problematic path toward compensation for losses like medical expenses, PAIN AND SUFFERING, funeral costs, and so much more. If you have lost a loved one and wonder where you can turn, please contact an accident attorney in North Carolina at (252) 777-2222.

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