ANGOLA, Ind. — Kevin Love of Milan was booked into the Steuben County Jail last week on a reckless homicide charge and two charges of criminal recklessness, after a rearend crash on northbound Interstate 69 in December 2003 that killed a tow truck driver.
James Hall, 54, of Gold Star Wrecker Service in Fremont, Ind., was loading a disabled caravan-type vehicle onto his wrecker when Love struck it from behind in his white service van pulling a U-Haul trailer.
Hall was pinned between the vehicles and killed instantly in the crash, and Love sustained critical injuries. A passenger in Love’s van and the driver of the caravan suffered injuries also. Police at the time speculated Love may have fallen asleep while driving.
Tuesday, April 8, 2008
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