Iredell County, GA (October 13, 2018) – A man’s wife, Ashley Cooper, said that her 38-year-old husband Brian Cooper died on Thursday afternoon, October 11, when a tree crushed him in a fatal accident. A tree smashed into his car when he was driving down the Mocksville Highway during the Hurricane.
Witnesses said that large trees were being ripped out of the ground in the storm and falling all over the roadways. Brian Cooper instantly lost his life when a large oak tree crashed down on his black sedan. A few seconds in either direction and troopers said that he would have lived through the accident.
Six people were killed by the hurricane at the time of the accident.
Iredell County Fatal Accident
Have you lost somebody close to you in a serious accident that you believe could have been prevented and you don’t know where to turn during this time? We wish to extend our warmest condolences to the family of Brian Cooper during this difficult time in their lives. We understand that it can be devastating to lose someone close to you in an accident that you believe could have been prevented. You have many rights in your case.
Single-vehicle accidents can sometimes be some of the deadliest accidents that take place on our roadways. If you have lost somebody in an accident that you believe was not their fault, you might find that you have a variety of options as you are moving forward.
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