AUTHORITIES ARE INVESTIGATING THE FATAL CRASH OF A SEMI-TRAILER ON INTERSTATE 29 SOUTH OF SALIX.
WOODBURY COUNTY SHERIFF DAVE DREW SAYS 58 YEAR OLD SEMI DRIVER MOSS RAY PREWITT LEFT TYSON FOODS IN DAKOTA CITY WITH A LOAD OF MEAT, AND THE TRUCK CROSSED INTO IOWA WHERE IT LEFT THE INTERSTATE, STRUCK A TREE AND STARTED ON FIRE:
OC…TO WITNESSES. :12
DREW SAYS PREWITT OF FORSYTH, MISSOURI DIED IN THE ACCIDENT AND MAY HAVE SUFFERED FROM A MEDICAL CONDITION:
OC…A MEDICAL CONDITION. :07
A TYSON SPOKESMAN CONFIRMED PREWITT WAS A COMPANY EMPLOYEE.
EARLIER, FOUR VEHICLES WERE STRUCK BY SOMEONE IN THE TYSON PARKING LOT IN DAKOTA CITY.
DAKOTA COUNTY SHERIFF CHRIS KLEINBERG SAYS THE INCIDENTS MAY NOT BE RELATED, AND THERE IS NO SURVEILLANCE VIDEO TO DETERMINE WHO HIT THOSE VEHICLES.
I-29 SOUTHBOUND LANES NEAR SALIX WERE CLOSED INTO THE AFTERNOON AND THE ACCIDENT REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
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