Two separate accidents in Wisconsin claimed the lives of a man and woman. Both accidents occurred in residential communities.
A 72-year-old man of Glenbeulah, Wisconsin was killed in the town of Greenbusg in Sheboygan County. The man was driving northbound on County Highway A north of Ridge Road, when he struck a semi that was backing into a residential property. His vehicle became stuck under the semi truck’s trailer and the man died from resulting injuries. The accident happened shortly after 6pm on November 15th, 2013. The accident is still under investigation and is one of many involving semis in Wisconsin during the week.
In Kenosha, a woman was killed and a 14-year-old boy was airlifted to a Milwaukee hospital following a crash involving a dump truck. Residents near the accident were able to heroically pull the woman and boy from the burning car. The woman died at the scene. The boy was seriously injured and life-flighted. The dump truck driver had minor injuries. The police are still investigating the accident and names have not been released. The accident occurred the morning of November 15th.
Accidents with semis and trucks don’t always occur on the highway. Sometimes tragic accidents such as these occur on residential and city streets. Whether you live in Wisconsin or Texas, accidents such as these can happen to anyone and at anytime.
Kirkendall Dwyer LLP have Dallas accident lawyers that handle cases such as these regularly. We perform a thorough investigation to ensure that the responsible party is identified and that victims are able to recover their due compensation. There are often many contributing causes that result in accidents involving semis and passenger vehicles. Let us discuss your legal rights and your accident with you.