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Driver killed after collision with FedEx truck in Reno, NV
The Nevada State Police are conducting a thorough investigation into a fatal crash that occurred on Wednesday morning at the intersection of U.S. 50 and Sheckler. The incident involved two motor vehicles, a car and a FedEx truck with multiple trailers attached. According to the initial investigation, the first vehicle disregarded a red light and struck the FedEx truck and its trailers. Sadly, the driver of the car, an adult male, succumbed to the injuries sustained in the collision. Fortunately, the driver of the FedEx truck emerged unscathed. As a result of the crash, certain lanes in the vicinity were closed off, but have since been reopened.
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February 10, 2023
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