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Jay L. Edwards, 72, of Edinburg, had parked his 1999 peterbilt truck on South Shore Road and was walking toward the back of the truck at about 7:40 a.m. when it began to roll, according to Hamilton County Sheriff Karl Abrams. Edwards tried to clamber back Officials said the collision caused the Dodge to be pushed into the westbound lane of Route 176, where it then hit a 1999 peterbilt semitractor-trailer traveling west. The Peterbilt rolled over, skidded across the westbound lane and collided with several a 2005 Peterbilt Daycab, $54,000; two 2009 Freightliner Cascadia, $37,500 each; a 2006 Benson dump trailer, $29,500; a CAT 973 crawler-dozer, $24,000; a 1999 peterbilt 378 day cab, $24,000; a 2011 Ford Mustang, $22,500; and a 1997 Mack RD600, $21,000. As a result, the driver of a third vehicle, a 2010 Chevy Cobalt, lost control of her car and smashed into a 1999 Peterbilt Conventional before veering left and hitting the median wall. The Peterbilt Conventional went off the right side of the interstate Serio, McHenry County Coroner Anne Majewski said Thursday. Serio was pronounced dead at the scene following the collision on Route 176 at Franklinville Road, which caused his 1999 Peterbilt semi-tractor trailer to overturn and strike several trees before A preliminary report released Tuesday afternoon said the 1999 Peterbilt trailer suffered a blowout on the left rear tire, causing a load shift. The trailer flipped onto its side, sending logs right toward a construction crew. The driver, 39-year-old Jerry .
The vehicle that struck him was a 1999 Peterbilt tractor-trailer. Police say the driver of the truck, a 54-year-old man from Vancouver, Wash., stayed at the scene. Police say the truck had been traveling east on Interstate 70 at about 9:15 p.m. Sunday. Troopers say that about 12:30 a.m., a 1999 Peterbilt tractor-trailer was being driven south by Eduardo Rodriguez, 43, of Marathon. At the same time, the Georgia man was heading north in a 2014 Toyota Corolla. The two collided head-on in the northbound lane The truck's "left front tire failed," according to the preliminary report. "The (1999) Peterbilt veered into the north-bound lane and impacted" the Highlander, the report states. The Waldens were pronounced dead at the scene, she said. The driver of the Deputies investigating the crash found that a 1999 Peterbilt semi-tractor pulling a loaded hopper-style trailer owned by Lucky Oats Farm of Grantsburg, WI was traveling southbound on STH 87 when a northbound 2002 Chrysler Pacifica lost control on snow .