Man killed in I-10 crash early Saturday morning
BATON ROUGE - A rear-end collision with a semi left a man dead Saturday.
The early-morning crash happened on I-10 West just after the Highland Road exit. State Police said Patrick Joseph, 45, of Baton Rouge, ran his pickup into the back of the trailer of an 18-wheeler.
Joseph died, authorities said.
Joseph was not wearing a seatbelt, according to a morning news release by State Police.
The 3 a.m. crash is still under investigation.
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