A semi-truck carrying 6,000 gallons of milk toppled in Indiana on Thursday, killing one person.
According to the statements made by the state police, the collision was apparently reported to Dubois County Dispatch at two o’clock in the afternoon.
Indiana State Police officers found the driver still inside the automobile when they arrived, according to official remarks.
The Coroner’s Office in Dubois County has confirmed that the driver passed away as a result of their investigation.
It took employees something in the region of eight hours to clean up the situation and shift the milk to another truck,
According to emergency services. The statement was issued by emergency services. You may walk this path again.
According to the Indiana State Police, the investigation was helped along by a number of other organizations,
Including Dubois County Sheriff’s Office, Haysville Fire Department, INDOT, Jasper Street Department, Stork’s Towing, and Coroner’s Office.