Nevada Man Killed When Trailer Became Unhinged On Highway

He was cut in Half!  We have questions as to why the Officer Badge Number  506 let critical evidence leave the scene of a "Negligent Homicide" take place?

Why don't the investigation teams wants to dig deeper into why "The Trailer Came Off The Hitch"

Questions....can somebody answer our questions:

Single Axle Or Double Axle trailer?

Homemade Trailer?

Commercial Trailer?

Who Built The Trailer?

Who Inspected The Trailer?

Who Installed The Hitch?

Who Is the Insurance Agency?

What Training Did The Owner Have?

Hitch Pin used?

What Size Ball used?

Bumper Hitch?

Safety Chains Used?

Breakaway Cable Used?

You see so many Questions yet this man is dead!

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Nevada Man Killed When Trailer Became Unhinged On HighwaySarah Novotny 3 days ago

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A Nevada man was killed when his truck was hit by a trailer that came loose from another truck. The Missouri State Highway Patrol tells News Talk KZRG just after 9:30 Wednesday night, 64-year-old Ronald Hughes was westbound on Highway 54, east of Dederick, when a horse trailer being pulled eastbound by 61-year-old Randy Cooper of Stockton became unhinged and went into the westbound lane. The horse trailer ran over the top of Hughes truck and became wedged between his truck and the large stock trailer he was hauling, causing him to slide off of the road. Hughes was pronounced dead at the scene.

News Talk KZRG has reached out to the Highway Patrol for more information.

 In 1971 J. Standard Baker Quoted " Drivers Towing Trailers  Are Four (4) Times As Unsafe As Those In Cars Alone! 

Ronald David Hughes

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Ronald David Hughes, 64, Nevada, passed away on Wednesday, May 9, as a result of an automobile accident. Ron was born Oct. 28, 1953, in Nevada, to Raymond L. and Doris Jeanell (Heddinger) Hughes. He married Janet L. Bloesser on Dec. 10, 1983, in Walker, and she survives of the home.

Ron loved the outdoors from a young age. He enjoyed spending time with his cattle, hunting with his dogs and farming. Ron graduated from Walker R-4 High School in 1971. He was an auctioneer in his spare time and belonged to the Missouri State and National Auctioneers Association. Ron was also a member of the Missouri Coon Hunters Association and was actively involved with the Vernon County Youth Fair.

Ron was a long-standing member of the Walker Christian Church where he served as a deacon as well as the Youth Sunday School teacher. He was currently attending the First Baptist Church of Nevada. He farmed and raised cattle in the Walker area most of his life with his wife Janet by his side, but he always made time for his kids.

In addition to his wife Janet, survivors include two children, Kendra Byers and her husband Matthew, Nevada, Hunter Grant and Kelly, Ashville, N.C.; one brother, Robert L. Hughes and his wife Sue, Nevada; mother-in-law, Leta Bloesser, Walker; two sisters-in-law, Jackie Caldwell and her husband Rocky, Walker, and Nancy Hughes, Lamar; and several nieces and nephews, many extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Raymond Hughes and LeRoy Hughes; and his father-in-law, Tom Bloesser.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 14, at First Baptist Church in Nevada with Pastor Tim Brewer officiating. Interment will follow in Newton Burial Park, Nevada. The family will receive friends from 3-5 p.m. on Sunday, May 13, at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada.

In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute in Ron’s memory to the Vernon County Youth Fair or Rose of Sharon in care of Ferry Funeral Home.

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