Truck Driver Struck, Killed On I-77 In West Virginia

Murder Victim & Driver Identified As Father-To-Be

A truck driver was struck and killed on Interstate 77 in Jackson County, West Virginia early this morning.

According to WSAZ, the truck driver, Charles Boyd, 36, parked his truck on the shoulder of the highway and was working on the truck’s engine when his truck was sideswiped by a passing truck.

The accident occurred at approximately 6:30 this morning in the southbound lanes of the highway, near the Goldtown exit.

Boyd died at the scene.

Jackson County Sheriff Tony Boggs “says the driver of the other semi believes he must have drifted off right before the crash happened,” WSAZ reported.

Authorities are investigating the crash.

Rest in peace, driver.

 

Source:
WSAZ