Truck driver killed after semi bursts into flames along I-12
HAMMOND - A man driving a semi-truck died Wednesday after his vehicle struck a cable barrier along I-12 and caught fire.
Louisiana State Police said the crash happened around 4:30 p.m. on I-12 near the Hammond exit.
According to State Police, 48-year-old Charles Headspeth of Greensburg was heading westbound when his truck went off-road and struck the median cable barrier. The vehicle then caught fire and was soon engulfed in flames.
The crash remains under investigation.
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