One person is dead after a UPS semi truck caught fire on I-65 after a collision

One person is dead after a UPS semi truck caught fire on I-65 after a collision

A fatal semi-truck fire following an unrelated police chase closed all lanes of southbound Interstate 65 in Clarksville, Indiana, early Tuesday morning. The fire started around 12:25 a.m. near Lewis and Clark Parkway when the Indiana Department of Transportation reported a police chase had ended. In an accident that closed the right three lanes of I-65 South.WLKY NewsChopper flew over the scene. You can see aerial footage in the player below. Indiana State Police’s Cary Holz said the suspect being chased had a woman and a child with him and reached speeds of 120 miles per hour. The police placed stop sticks, but the car passed them and continued driving before colliding with a soldier’s car. This trooper was transported to UofL Hospital and treated for a minor head injury. The woman and child in the car reportedly did not suffer any injuries. The suspect, 27-year-old Daylin Taylor, of Charleston, fled, but was apprehended and transported to the Clark County Jail where he is being held. That’s when, at 12:45 a.m., INDOT reported a semi-truck caught fire and one person dead. As a result of the previous accident, an accident scene was created where three half turns were stopped. A fourth semi-truck, a UPS semi-truck, stopped when it arrived at the scene and collided with one of them, another UPS semi-truck. The truck caught fire, and a man was killed in the fire. There was also a person in the sleeping compartment of the vehicle who was taken to UofL Hospital with serious injuries. The age and name of the deceased victim have not been released at this time. UPS confirmed that one of its drivers was the one who died. “We are aware of a fatal accident on I-65 involving two UPS trailers and are deeply saddened to confirm the death of the UPS driver,” a UPS representative said. “We offer our deepest condolences to his family at this difficult time, and our thoughts remain with everyone involved. We are working with authorities as they investigate the incident.” Taylor is charged with negligent reliance and criminal reckless use of a weapon. Reckless driving causing injury and resisting arrest causing serious injury. The woman who was with him in the car was also arrested based on an existing arrest warrant and is being held in the same prison. Not yet identified. All lanes were closed in both directions for several hours, but all northbound lanes and at least one southbound lane are now open to traffic.

A fatal semi-truck fire following a police chase unrelated to the accident closed all lanes of southbound Interstate 65 in Clarksville, Indiana, early Tuesday morning.

It started around 12:25 a.m. near Lewis and Clark Parkway when the Indiana Department of Transportation reported a police pursuit that ended in a crash that blocked the right three lanes of southbound I-65.

WLKY NewsChopper flew over the scene. You can watch the aerial footage in the player below.

Sgt. Indiana State Police’s Cary Holz said the suspect being chased had a woman and a child with him and reached speeds of 120 miles per hour.

The police placed stop sticks, but the car passed them and continued driving before colliding with a soldier’s car.

This trooper was transported to UofL Hospital and treated for a minor head injury. The woman and child in the car reportedly did not suffer any injuries.

The suspect, 27-year-old Dylan Taylor, fled from Charleston, but was apprehended and transported to the Clark County Jail where he is being held.

At that time, at 12:45 a.m., INDOT reported a semi was on fire and one person was dead.

As a result of the previous incident, a scene was created where three semi-final matches were stopped.

A fourth UPS semi-truck failed to stop when it arrived at the scene and collided with one of its own, another UPS semi-truck.

The semi caught fire, and a man was killed in the fire.

There was also a person in the sleeping compartment of the vehicle who was taken to UofL Hospital with serious injuries.

The age and name of the deceased victim have not been released at this time.

UPS confirmed that one of its drivers was the one who died.

“We are aware of a fatal accident on I-65 involving two UPS trailers and are deeply saddened to confirm the death of the UPS driver,” a UPS representative said. He added: “We offer our sincere condolences to his family at this difficult time, and our thoughts remain with everyone involved. We are working with the authorities as they investigate the incident.”

Taylor was charged with negligent reliance, criminal recklessness with a weapon, reckless driving causing injury, and resisting arrest causing serious injury.

The woman who was with him in the car was also arrested on an existing arrest warrant and is being held in the same prison. It has not yet been identified.

All lanes were closed in both directions for several hours, but all northbound lanes and at least one southbound lane are now open to traffic.

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