We were the last car to pass them before the accident. We saw the boat and then
the trailer swerving. We were both going about 80 mph. We never saw any brake
lights. We don't think the driver could see or feel what was happening. We
gunned it to about 100 mph to get past and then watched in horror behind us as
first the boat, then the trailer, then the truck flipped and the truck rolled
down the embankment. We called 911 on 2 cel phones and gave location and told
them there had to be injuries due to the high rate of speed. We knew the
semi-truck behind us had to stop and that there was help on the way. We prayed
a lot for the occupants.
We'll miss Kim with all our hearts. Our thoughts and prayers are with Bryan, the
Turner family, and the Shaw family.
We're so sorry to hear about the loss of a longtime dear friend. Our sympathies
to the Turner and Shaw family.
A 24 food camper? Might it be a trailer?Every time I see a truck
pulling a trailer and a boat behind the trailer I shake my head.That combo
is always an accident waiting to happen.