Firefighters worked at the scene of a devastating crash in June 2015 on Interstate 75 near Chattanooga that killed six people. A 2007 Peterbilt tractor-trailer plowed into several cars. The National Transportation Safety Board released a report Tuesday saying that the truck driver probably had been awake for 40 hours and had used meth before the crash.
Firefighters worked at the scene of a devastating crash in June 2015 on Interstate 75 near Chattanooga that killed six people. A 2007 Peterbilt tractor-trailer plowed into several cars. The National Transportation Safety Board released a report Tuesday saying that the truck driver probably had been awake for 40 hours and had used meth before the crash. Craig Joel Chattanooga Police Department
Firefighters worked at the scene of a devastating crash in June 2015 on Interstate 75 near Chattanooga that killed six people. A 2007 Peterbilt tractor-trailer plowed into several cars. The National Transportation Safety Board released a report Tuesday saying that the truck driver probably had been awake for 40 hours and had used meth before the crash. Craig Joel Chattanooga Police Department

NTSB: Kentucky truck driver’s fatigue, meth use caused I-75 crash that killed six

October 04, 2016 04:10 PM

UPDATED October 05, 2016 07:48 AM

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