A truck driver was killed by one other semi truck outdoors of a warehouse in Indiana on Thursday morning.
The incident occurred on October twentieth in Hancock County, Indiana at round 6:45 a.m. in entrance of the Amazon warehouse facility close to the intersection of County Street 400 West.
Police report that the driving force was parked in a two-way middle flip lane in entrance of the warehouse and received out of his cab to stroll in direction of the power. The trucker was then “instantly” struck by a 2020 Kenworth truck heading west, reported Fox 59.
The person was pronounced useless on the scene. The 53-year-old driver of the Kenworth has voluntarily submitted to a blood draw and is cooperating with investigators. Alcohol, medication, or velocity usually are not believed to be elements within the crash.
The crash occurred whereas it was nonetheless darkish, and police say there aren’t any streetlights within the space. The sufferer was not carrying any reflective clothes on the time of the incident.