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Brooke Morris Injured near Andover, KS by Semi-Truck Accident

Andover, KS — A young man from Murdock, 18-year old Brooke Morris, was injured this past Wednesday afternoon after his Ford Mustang was hit by a semi-truck in a serious accident. Police said that a semi-truck may have run a stop sign and caused a T-bone accident between the two vehicles on Highway 254.

This was around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon, September 16, 2015.

According to the reports released by the police, Morris had been driving his Mustang west along the highway while a man named Dwight Henry, 70, was driving a semi-truck north on Butler Road.

As they came to the intersection, it looks like Henry’s semi-truck ran his stop sign and pulled into Morris’ path, causing a collision.

The accident left Morris and Henry with injuries and they were both taken to hospitals. However, it’s not clear how badly they were hurt.

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Map of the Accident

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I’m a little curious to learn more about what really happened here because if you look at the maps above, it’s very obvious that east-west traffic on that highway does not have a stop sign. If I were driving a truck with a trailer, I would make sure I had plenty of time to get up to speed or clear the intersection before pulling in front of another car.

But beyond whatever consequences this trucker might face, his employer may actually be hit the hardest. At the end of the day, they’re going to be responsible for their driver’s actions, including ones that lead to accidents. I hope more details are uncovered here because I’m really at a loss as to how someone can misjudge oncoming traffic like that. Perhaps there’s something here we’re not seeing.

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