The Richmond Times-Dispatch has a new report of a fatal wreck that happened in Dinwiddie County yesterday on I-85 about one mile north of Route 40.

Edmund J. Brucato Jr of Waterbury, CT was driving his 2004 Ford Taurus with a U-Haul trailer in tow. He attempted to switch lanes and his trailer struck the front of a Kenworth tractor-trailer causing both vehicles to veer off the road. The tractor trailer then rolled over onto its side and on top of Mr. Brucato’s vehicle. Mr. Brucato died at the scene.

Please remember to always be extremely careful when changing lanes in your vehicle. It is a dangerous maneuver that people take for granted. Make sure to always check your blind spot and try not to cut anybody off by moving right in front of another vehicle.

Driving is probably the most dangerous thing you do on a daily basis. O’Bryan Law reminds you to please be careful while driving.

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