He’ll have a workers’ compensation claim out of Iowa
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Posted on Nov 26, 2010
Cass: Alright, our last report and then I'm going to have a Pilgrim Sandwich is out of Cass County is a single-vehicle semi-truck accident driven by Robert W. Chesser from Wyandotte, Kansas. He was taken to the Cass County Memorial Hospital by Atlantic Medivac after he went off the road, into the ditch and slid to a stop off of I-80. He's lucky to be alive. The truck's carrier is noted to be Wes-Lyn Enterprises again out of Wyandotte, Oklahoma. He'll have a workers' compensation claim out of Iowa even if the investigation proves he was at fault; because in Iowa fault has nothing to do with a workers' compensation claim. Collision time is around 2100 hours which is 9:00 p.m..
VEHICLE WAS EASTBOUND ON I80 WHEN THE VEHICLE WENT RIGHT TO THE SOUTH DITCH DRIVER TRIED TO STEER THE VEHICLE OUT OF THE DITCH VEHICLE THEN ROLLED ON TO ITS RIGHT SIDE SLIDE DOWN THE PAVEMENT AND CAME TO REST FACING NORTHEAST ON ITS RIGHT SIDE