Chicago Man Sentenced for Causing Pile up That Killed Another Truck Driver
A pile-up accident in North Dakota lead to the death of one truck driver and a Chicago truck driver has been sentenced for ten-days in regards to that accident.
Chicago resident Nenad Sibinovic was charged and admitted guilt to driving too fast during a snow storm on December 30, 2010. He was sentenced to ten days in jail for causing the pile-up on Interstate 94 west of Fargo, North Dakota.
Lowell Balk was killed by the injuries he received when he left his truck to help others and was struck by another vehicle. A total of 100 vehicles were stranded because of that accident.
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