Waynesboro, GA – Burke County High School Area Closed Due To A Cattle Truck Accident
Waynesboro, GA (August 22, 2023) – According to the Burke County Sheriff’s Office, a cattle truck accident caused traffic to be stopped at the intersection of Highways 25 and 24.
The Burke County Sheriff’s Office issued a traffic advisory shortly before 6 p.m. informing drivers that the road patrol was on the scene of an accident, closing the intersection on Highway 25 North just before Burke County High School.
According to the Burke County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, the incident involved a vehicle crash and an overturned cattle truck. Animal Control has been alerted and is assisting with the investigation.
While crews were on the site, they requested that people find an alternate route.
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Semi-Truck Accidents in Georgia
Accidents involving semi-trucks can result in catastrophic injury and trauma due to the sheer size and weight of these vehicles.
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Truck accidents are complicated. Drivers, the trucking company, the company who loaded the freight, or the truck or tire manufacturers could be to blame. If a truck veered into your lane, did the driver nod off, or did the steering malfunction? Was the driver tired because of drugs, alcohol, or having to work too many hours? Did a truck part fail because of a problem with the way it was made or because it wasn’t maintained?
How do you figure out how much the accident will cost you in future medical bills and lost wages if there are so many parties that could be at fault?
Truck accident lawyers are great at getting to the bottom of these issues. Without an accident lawyer, it’s hard to figure out how the system works and how to get the best settlement to recover your losses.
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