Fort Worth Truck Accident on I-40 Leaves One Dead, Two Injured
A Fort Worth 18 wheeler accident left one person dead and two other injured on Wednesday, when the driver of the tractor trailer crashed into another big rig, sparking a chain reaction car accident on I-40.
The woman who was killed in the 18 wheeler truck accident on I-40 was identified as 42-year-old Loudon resident, Kimberly Townsend. Townsend was driving a Ford Focus that was involved in the multiple vehicle accident.
Police identified the two people who were injured in the tractor trailer accident in Fort Worth as 63-year-old Kathy Kennett, who was driving a Saturn at the time of the truck crash, and her passenger, 66-year-old Keith Kennett, both of Kingston.
According to a report published by WBIR, the driver of the first 18 wheeler, who sparked the accident, is facing charges of vehicular homicide. He was identified as 51-year-old Darold Eugene Reimer. Police said Reimer’s truck was transporting furniture.
The driver of the other 18 wheeler truck involved was not injured as a result of the truck crash on I-40.
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