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Driver faces no charges in fatal accident

Officials have announced that they will not be pressing criminal charges against the driver who lost his homemade trailer while traveling down the road causing a collision that killed a 19-year-old UWGB student.

The 59-year-old man used chains to attach a flatbed trailer and was driving down Memorial Road when the trailer separated from his truck and crossed the center line and struck the 19-year-old’s vehicle.

The female student was killed from injuries sustained in the accident. The man later pleaded not guilty to charges of towing with improper safety chains.Police said that they have found no criminal conduct from the man.

Trailer truck accidents can cause serious injury and can happen unexpectedly, our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victim.

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