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Old 03-27-2010, 09:48 AM
 
Location: Kentucky
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Originally Posted by johnsonkk View Post
This section of I-65 did have cable barriers and they were on the inside shoulder of the northbound lane so the southbound semi had to cross the median then hit the cable barriers. The soundbound lane was also heading downhill on this stretch of highway (which didn't help). As stated earlier, cable barriers won't guarantee life safety. I'm sure some additional information will be known regarding this accident.
So the semi was going down a hill? The area looked flat to me when they flew over the scene.

This is such a tragedy, I just can't imagine the grief the family is dealing with. So many killed from one family, it's heart breaking.
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