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Rick O'Brien
Rick O'Brien
4 months ago

I can’t see the logic in this scenario . Unless that truck was sitting still , how does a rear end collision cause 2 fatalities ? Even if the Freightliner was going slowly , 35 mph ??? , that’s only a 30 mph collision and even if the victims weren’t… Read more »

Verne
Verne
4 months ago
Reply to  Rick O'Brien

I’m guessing the Hyundai’s hood when under the trailer, hence the trailer ended up at windshield level. Sad for sure

eric
eric
4 months ago
Reply to  Rick O'Brien

Possibly the height of semi rear bumper, quite possible the first thing impacted was the windshield of the car.

J D
J D
4 months ago
Reply to  Rick O'Brien

i still don’t understand why somebody would rearend another moving vehicle

David Dennison
David Dennison
4 months ago
Reply to  J D

J D

Texting…

David Dennison
David Dennison
4 months ago

So sad to see two young people die,but,IMO,it’s a wonder this type of thing doesn’t happen everyday,or at least every week-end,the way so many visitors drive and travel HWY 395…both on the highway and thru the main streets our small towns..