Three semi-trucks were involved in an accident in Mississippi, killing one person and injured another, according to NBC DFW. The crash occurred on Interstate 10 near the Diamonhead exit, which is the southeastern portion of the state, after a driver of a semi-truck rear-ended another at about 4:30 p.m. on Monday, causing a domino effect. The driver of the first vehicle, 44-year-old Lewis Peak, of Georgia, was killed after being trapped inside his burning vehicle. The second driver was uninjured, and the third driver to be rear-ended, 65-year-old Robert Eppler, of Jasper, Texas, suffered moderate injuries. The cause of the accident is still unknown.
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