Driver in Trucking Accident Released from the Hospital
AIKEN COUNTY, S.C. – June 21, 2018 (wrdw.com). According to an online news report at wrdw.com, a driver of a tractor trailer was released from an area hospital late on the night of June 21, 2018.*
According to the report, “Levi Boozer's wife stated that he is recovering from his injuries but most importantly, their greatest concerns are for the people that were involved in the accident, especially for the family and friends of Mr. William White.”
White died after the tour bus he was operating on Interstate 20 slammed into the rear of Boozer’s semi-truck. Boozer reduced his speed due to another accident close to mile marker 14. White was another bus but was unable avoid hitting the semi-truck, causing him to be ejected from the vehicle. He died of multiple body trauma.
There are no further details on the crash at this time. The accident remains under investigation.
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