Tractor-Trailer Crash Halts I-64 Traffic

Tractor-Trailer Crash Halts I-64 Traffic

There are 14 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Jun 6, 2009, titled Tractor-Trailer Crash Halts I-64 Traffic. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

A tractor-trailer accident shut down a westbound lane of Interstate 64 near mile marker 121 this morning.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at NBC29 Charlottesville.


Jonesborough, TN

#1 Jun 6, 2009
i git 4 packs out of this

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Jun 6, 2009
What's with all the truck & bus wrecks these days? Have we laid off the best drivers & kept the inept?
Matthew Erickson

Winter Garden, FL

#3 Jun 6, 2009
It seems this was my Step Father. He is well, and on his way home now.

Edinburg, VA

#4 Jun 6, 2009
The driver had a blowout on the steer tire and managed to avoid injuries. I'd say he's pretty experienced to manage that!
Matthew Erickson

Winter Garden, FL

#5 Jun 6, 2009
In response to Mike. The driver has years of experience, and the accident was due to a faulty front tire. While I agree many of the accidents may be caused by inexperience, I can assure you that this one is not a result of driver error or incompetence.

Charlottesville, VA

#6 Jun 6, 2009
Why was he driving with a faulty front tire? He as the driver is held accountable for the vehicle he is driving. He will probably be ticketed for wreckless driving. My father was a trucker. He retired at 62 years old & couldn't stand being out on the road with the young bucks who don't allow the proper distance between vehicles. I get tired of looking in the rearview mirror & seeing a truck on my tail with not enough room to get a VW in between us. I know not all drivers are jerks but there are enough to make them all look bad just as a few bad cops tarnish the image of a police department. There are too many truckers with the attitude that their machine is bigger than our cars so get out of their way & of course in a crash they are going to win, but in the end everybody loses. If this had happened 12 hours either way their could have been fatalities no matter how good the driver is.

Cumming, GA

#7 Jun 6, 2009
"Where`s the beef?"

Harrisonburg, VA

#8 Jun 6, 2009
are there any more pics of the wreck?

Palmyra, VA

#9 Jun 6, 2009
Matthew Erickson wrote:
It seems this was my Step Father. He is well, and on his way home now.
My husband was one of the first workers on the scene this morning and had me come out with drinks for everyone, and after seeing this accident, your step father was a very lucky man! I'm glad to hear he is doing well; he obviously had a higher spirit along for the ride.
Matthew Erickson

Winter Garden, FL

#10 Jun 6, 2009

I am not sure where your anger comes from. Are you that bored? I will, and have said many, many things about my StepFather, Most of them true, mind you, however it hurts me that you have such harsh words to say. My Stepfather fought for our Country in Vietnam, and as many unkind words about him I could say, How dare you put into writing your hateful words. HE is not out to get you, or anyone else. Are you a veteran? Me thinks you are fat, hateful loser. I will shred my Stepfather, I will not, however, allow you to do the same, Get out of your house HERMIT, I have the balls to give my last name and where I live.

Myrtle Beach, SC

#12 Jun 7, 2009
I can't believe the negative comments posted here. Where are you people coming from? Have you never had a blowout in a car much less am 18-wheeler? Well, I have and Dave had an angel on his shoulder watching out for him.It is very fortunate that there were no injuries.

I have met Dave and he is a very fine hard-working person. Dave we are thinking of you and Debbie and thankful that you weren't hurt.

Weston, WV

#13 Jun 7, 2009
Mike wrote:
What's with all the truck & bus wrecks these days? Have we laid off the best drivers & kept the inept?
You are so judgemental for someone who wasn't involved and who has no right to judge those that are out hauling these items for you. Please refrain from being so rude and inconsiderate to those that know the man and know that he is a very exerienced and careful person!

Collinsville, VA

#14 Jun 7, 2009
Don't blame others for your complete lack of driving ability, or for that matter lack of copmmon sense!

Wilmington, DE

#15 Jun 8, 2009
My husband and I were stuck in traffic on 64 the day of the accident, and by the looks of it boy that would have been a long drop off! The driver was so lucky! I just wish they would have had police/DOT close off the needed lane (right) farther on down the road as you had your typical nudgey people that wait for the last moment to get over into the correct lane that causes the traffic back up to begin with!

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Charlottesville Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Jews News, a site that pushes fake news, is run... 4 hr Cordwainer Trout 4
News County School Board seeks much larger amount fo... 20 hr Hegelian Dialectic 1
News Springsteen Holds Free Concert to Rally Obama S... (Oct '12) Thu Lily LedBetter 129
News Will Richard Spencer Represent Himself At Charl... Wed NWO DECEIVERS 1
News After racial turmoil, city hires black female p... May 23 NWO DECEIVERS 1
News Sullivan commends UVA graduates' response to in... May 22 UVA Propaganda Mill 1
News Third white supremacist found guilty of beating... May 22 UVA Propaganda Mill 1

Charlottesville Jobs

Personal Finance

Charlottesville Mortgages