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Authored by: John Cooper
The driver of a Toyota Camry was confirmed dead at the scene by Norfolk, Virginia (VA) police officers Monday morning after her car collided with a Mack truck hauling dirt.

The accident happened at the intersection of 27th Street and Llewellyn Avenue. Reports indicate that the trucked which was headed west on 27th Street, pushed the car that was southbound on Llewellyn into the intersection and wedged it around a metal utility pole.

The woman driving the car has not been identified and no charges have been filed against the driver of the truck at this time. The property damage to the car was serious. The vehicle was crumpled up and seemed cut in half in the newspaper picture. No wonder the female driver was killed in the crash. Huge trucks on city streets scare me to death!!!

For more information on this subject matter, please refer to the section on Tractor-trailer accidents.

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