Merrillville, IN – Charles Hayden was hospitalized following a rollover accident in Merrillville on Monday, October 12th, 2015. The accident happened around 9:15 am.
36-year-old Hayden was driving a tractor-trailer northbound on Interstate 65, just south of US 30, when the truck swerved off the left-hand side of the road and onto the shoulder. The truck then overturned, lost its load and come to rest upside down in a ditch.
Hayden was taken to University of Chicago Hospitals for treatment of his injuries. his condition is not known.
There were no other occupants in the truck at the time of the accident.
Authorities are looking into this accident. There’s been no mention of excessive speed or distracted driving in connection with this incident.
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