Local news reports that on Thursday, June 9, 2022, at around 4 a.m., the North Carolina Highway Patrol responded to a trucking accident on Interstate 95 near exit 87 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Responding officers confirmed that two-year-old Tyler Rasher was killed and his mother, Andrea Rasher, 32, was seriously injured.
The investigation shows that both the tractor-trailer and passenger vehicle were traveling northbound. The driver of the tractor-trailer failed to reduce its speed, overcorrected to the right, and collided with a white Dodge Ram Van.
Tony Terrell Weeks Jr., 31, of Virginia was driving the tractor-trailer and passed away from his injuries. The investigation continues.
What Evidence Matters?
Legal contributor Attorney Brian Mickelsen, an experienced truck accident lawyer, represents victims injured or killed in semi-truck accidents. Below, Attorney Mickelsen shared his insight into the legal options available to victims injured in commercial truck accidents.
Dash Cam Video
Witness statements and contact information
Photographs from the scene
Electronic black box data from all vehicles involved
Hours of service logs
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