Harrison Miller Obituary, Death – An 18-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene of an accident involving a semitruck early on Friday morning close to Waverly, according to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. The accident occurred in the vicinity of Waverly. At approximately 10:48 in the morning, deputies from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office responded to an accident that had occurred on Highway 6 close to N 162nd Street. The results of the investigation indicate that a Volkswagen Jetta from 2017 moving in the direction of westbound traffic crossed the center line and was involved in a head-on collision with a semitruck.
The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office reports that the semitruck went off the roadway and rolled over in the north ditch after it had entered the ditch. This occurred after the truck had already entered the ditch. The authorities claim that the Volkswagen Jetta that was being driven by Harrison Miller, who was 18 years old and from Omaha, came to a stop in the south ditch. Miller was reportedly pronounced dead at the scene of the incident, which was reported by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.
The authorities claim that the driver of the semi, who has been identified as John Tran from Lincoln and is 47 years old, was unable to free himself from the semi and had to be freed by personnel from the fire department. Tran was reportedly unable to free himself from the semi. Carrie Jones, the wife of the man who is charged in a quadruple homicide, is suspected of being the person who was ultimately responsible for the passing of one of the victims.
After being taken into custody by law enforcement, Tran was reportedly transported to a local hospital, where his condition was reported as being critical but under control. It would appear that he does not have any injuries that are capable of endangering his life. The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office reports that all occupants of the Volkswagen Jetta were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the accident, despite the fact that all of the airbags deployed. The use of drugs or alcohol is not thought to have contributed in any way to this incident. There has not yet been a conclusion reached in the investigation into the crash.