ORLANDO, FLORIDA â€“ On November 26, 2011, a woman was killed and a man injured when a tractor-trailer sideswiped the RV that the couple was riding in. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry were driving on Interstate 95 near Ormond Beach, Florida when a tractor-trailer sideswiped the RV, sending it out of control and into an embankment. The tractor-trailer did not stop and no information is available regarding the truck or driver except that the logo â€śPrimeâ€ť was seen on the side of the trailer. Mrs. Gentry was killed, and Mr. Gentry received minor injuries.
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In a hit-and-run accident with a tractor-trailer, it is possible to track down the truck driver through the companyâ€™s GPS system. Most tractor-trailer companies have a GPS system to track the movement of their vehicles. After filing a lawsuit, it is possible to subpoena computer data from the trucking company to identify the truck driver. We have located hit-and-run truck drivers like this in the past. You can look up our case results by clicking here.