An Indiana car accident killed a man from Winamac on U.S. 421 today. The semi collided head-on with a FedEx truck, which caused both vehicles to lose control and crash. Ronald Mark Vititoe, 51, died on the scene. His wife and two young children are his survivors. The case was settled for $3.52million. Investigators will not release the names or addresses of any other drivers.
Police in the area say the truck struck a married couple while traveling north on U.S. 421. The couple’s vehicle was struck by the tractor-trailer, which was in the opposite lane. Both vehicles sustained minor injuries. The truck driver was not hurt in the accident. The accident did not injure the driver of the tractor-trailer, a 49-year-old man.
The accident involved more than 100 vehicles. A red 2002 Volvo VHD was heading north on U.S. 421 when it was rear-ended by a white 2016 Peterbilt Motor semi pulling a trailer. John M. Noerenberg was the driver of the semi that was hit by the Volvo VHD, and he was declared dead on the spot. Both of the couple, both in their fifties were wearing seatbelts. The crash did not result in serious injuries to the victims.
More than 100 cars were involved in wrecks in western North Carolina today. Five crashes were attended to by the Deep Gap Fire Department within two hours. One wreck involved seventy five vehicles and ran the length of Highway 421. All of the vehicles involved in the wreck suffered minor injuries. The two semis had different speeds and were in separate lane of traffic. The truck driver in the other vehicle put his truck into low gear and avoided the crash.
A red 2002 Volvo VHD was rearended by a Peterbilt Motor semi hauling an RV on U.S. 421. The truck was carrying gravel and a dump truck owned by the Ripley County Highway Department, which was also in the area. The crash left both drivers unconscious. Although the driver of the truck was uninjured, the other driver was not injured. The accident resulted in minor injuries to the victims.
Approximately 100 vehicles were involved in accidents on U.S. 421 this morning. The wreck was made worse by the steep 8 percent grade of the deep-valley highway and the sharp curves. While the two-car accident was a serious accident, the victims were not seriously injured. The accident involved a truck as well as a vehicle. It was unclear if the truck was a dump or a pickup.
The accident involved more than 100 vehicles and caused extensive damage. After the accident, the road was closed for approximately two hours. The accident occurred near Napoleon on U.S. 421. Both trucks were hauling gravel and were rearended by a tractor-trailer. Both drivers were taken by ambulance to the hospital. However, the accident remains under investigation. However, there are no reports of fatalities or injuries. The collision did not result in any injuries to the occupants of either vehicle.
According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, more than 100 vehicles were involved in accidents on the highway today. Seventy-five vehicles were involved in at least five of these wrecks. Another wreck involved approximately seventy-five vehicles. A driver was crossing the highway when he drove the truck involved in the accident. The accident happened while the driver was driving a red Volvo VHD northbound 2002 Volvo VHD. The trailer was behind another vehicle.
According to Indiana police, the tractor-trailer that caused the crash was speeding at high speeds and had not been able to avoid the collision. John M. Noerenberg (49), was the driver of the tractor-trailer that caused the accident. The other truck, owned by the Ripley County Highway Department, was not injured. The police have released the names of the drivers involved.
The investigation revealed that the vehicle of the deceased was not at fault for the collision and that the other driver was at blame. The tractor-trailer was traveling at a high rate. The investigating officer estimated that the driver was traveling at eighty miles per hour just before the accident. He did not reduce his speed and hit the other vehicle. This caused the collision and turned the truck counterclockwise. The truck then collided with the car merging onto I-40.