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Victim Identified in I64 Tractor Trailer Crash

The deceased victim in a collision on Interstate 64 involving a tractor trailer has been identified as Bridgett Sacks, age 19, of Eleanor. In addition to Sacks, three other people were injured and taken to the hospital following the crash.

Sacks was traveling on an icy I-64 recently when she lost control of her vehicle and hit a guard rail, then careened into a parked tractor trailer near the Milton exit, according to the Milton Police Department. Traffic was halted for about four hours following the wreck so investigators could reconstruct the crash.

According to law enforcement Sacks died at the scene.

Another car involved ran into the median and was then was hit by two additional vehicles. The three people in those vehicles were transported to St. Mary’s Medical Center in Huntington. No further information has been given on their status.

Victim in I-64 Crash Was a Student and Writer Loved by Friends and Family

Sacks attended Marshal University in Huntington. She was majoring in radio/television production and management, according to a statement issued by the school. One of her professors called Sacks “one heck of a writer with such a wonderful spirit.”

The school has reached out to Sacks’ family to offer condolences and support.

Road Conditions, Other Factor Increase the Risk for Crashes

Accidents occur every day on nearby roads and highways, and in many cases these crashes are fatal. The winter weather that often brings snowy, icy conditions on roadways adds to the risk drivers face every time they get behind the wheel.

Making matters worse, drivers share the road with tractor trailer trucks that pose additional dangers. In the I-64 accident, the truck was parked alongside the road at a standstill, but still added to the impact of the crash. Trucks are large and in most cases, accidents involving them are devastating.

If you’ve been injured in a car crash or you’ve lost a loved one who was involved in a wreck, we can help. Depending on the cause of the accident, there might be compensation available to help with medical bills or to provide peace of mind during this difficult time. We know nothing can return your life to the way it was after a catastrophic injury or loss of a loved one, but our goal is to make things as easy as possible on you and your family.

For more information or to speak to someone about compensation that might be available after a vehicle collision, contact Heavens Law at 888.897.5377.

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