Cagle Law Firm
Attorney Zane Cagle

Posted on August 26th, 2009,
by Zane Cagle

Woman killed while working at roadside hot dog stand

Posted on August 26th, 2009 by Zane Cagle

Last week, a freak roadside accident in Tampa took the life of a woman working at a hot dog stand with her business partner, who was also injured in the accident. According to a Tampa newspaper, the woman wanted nothing but to run her own restaurant, which was why she moved to the city with her family to start a new life. On Monday, the woman and her friend’s husband were set to open a hot dog stand on a busy Tampa avenue. That afternoon, the woman was securing a sign when her business partner heard her scream. Seconds later, he was pinned under the metal tongue of a runaway trailer that had detached from a pickup truck and careened toward their stand. The man was transported to a local hospital immediately. Police reports indicate that a riding lawn mower tumbled off the trailer, striking striking the woman as she attempted to run away. The 16-year old truck driver was cited for failing to secure his trailer, which could make him liable for damages from the accident.

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