A Kentucky truck driver’s fatigue and methamphetamine use were blamed for a crash that killed six people in June 2015 in Chattanooga. The driver, working for a company based in London, Ky., failed to slow down for a construction zone.
A Kentucky truck driver’s fatigue and methamphetamine use were blamed for a crash that killed six people in June 2015 in Chattanooga. The driver, working for a company based in London, Ky., failed to slow down for a construction zone.
A Kentucky truck driver’s fatigue and methamphetamine use were blamed for a crash that killed six people in June 2015 in Chattanooga. The driver, working for a company based in London, Ky., failed to slow down for a construction zone.

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