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

We have some serious questions to be asked now that we have a docoumented case of a Cop towing a trailer with no safety chains.

Breaking News!  It was a TOW DOLLY!


Finially after almost a year and 1/2 we got the investigation report.   Since This over 700 more have been killed.  How can we address what is wrong when so many refuse to give us the information we need.   People believe a man from Chicago who accuses of getting attacked then since 1975 over 28,000 dead from passenger vehicles that tow trailers when we include hayrides and parades....and since 1988 over 1,000,000 injured.

TARBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – A woman was killed and her husband seriously injured in an accident Wednesday afternoon involving a sergeant from the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office, the Highway Patrol confirmed.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol was dispatched to McKendree Church Road at 12:37 p.m. in response to the collision.

Sgt. Bryan Corey was driving an Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office Ford F-150 southeast on the road while hauling a car on a trailer.

A 2009 Malibu was traveling northwest on McKendree Church Road when the F-150’s trailer came loose and hit the Malibu, the Highway Patrol said.

Kristopher Hyman, 39, of Tarboro was driving the Malibu at the time of the collision. He was taken to Vidant Medical Center for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

Hyman’s wife, Koshala Hyman, 41, of Tarboro died at the scene, the Highway Patrol confirmed.

Both Kristopher and Koshala Hyman were wearing their seat belts.

Corey was not injured.

The Highway Patrol said speed is not believed to be a factor in the collision.

Charges are pending.

Corey was hauling the car to the scrap yard at the time of the incident.TARBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – A woman was killed and her husband seriously injured in an accident Wednesday afternoon involving a sergeant from the Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office, the Highway Patrol confirmed.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol was dispatched to McKendree Church Road at 12:37 p.m. in response to the collision.

Sgt. Bryan Corey was driving an Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office Ford F-150 southeast on the road while hauling a car on a trailer.

A 2009 Malibu was traveling northwest on McKendree Church Road when the F-150’s trailer came loose and hit the Malibu, the Highway Patrol said.

Kristopher Hyman, 39, of Tarboro was driving the Malibu at the time of the collision. He was taken to Vidant Medical Center for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

Hyman’s wife, Koshala Hyman, 41, of Tarboro died at the scene, the Highway Patrol confirmed.

Both Kristopher and Koshala Hyman were wearing their seat belts.

Corey was not injured.

The Highway Patrol said speed is not believed to be a factor in the collision.

Charges are pending.

Corey was hauling the car to the scrap yard at the time of the incident.1 dead in fatal wreck with Edgecombe Co. Sheriff’s Office vehicleWNCT Staff Published: September 13, 2017, 5:38 pm Updated: September 13, 2017, 6:37 pm


 




When was the last time the trailer was inspected?

Who built the trailer?

Who owned the trailer?

Why was he using a work vehicle?

Was the trailer his?

Was he working at the time?

This trailer did it have safety chains?

Did they fail?

Where they connected?

The Trailer is over GVWR rated why did it not have a "Secondary Breaking System"?

Why was the breakaway cable not connected?


Note on another death we just found out this...the Death of John Lotter:



Donna Moser It was an of duty county sheriff that drove the vehicle hauling that motorcycle that killed my brother, he didn't connect the trailer and when he stopped for gas he crossed the chains. If only he would of pulled up on it and realized that it was loose!
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Ron Melancon I did not know this detail...Donna...