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Madhav Regmi Killed in FedEx Accident, Company Sued

Madhav Regmi Killed in FedEx Accident, Company Sued

Posted on April 16, 2018

36-year-old Madhav Regmi was struck by a FedEx vehicle in October 2017 on Interstate 81. The Syracuse man was struck and killed while he was walking back to his vehicle around 10:30 p.m. at night. However, he stopped along the way because he noticed that the door of his friend’s box truck was open. When he went to fix it, the FedEx driver swerved off the highway and struck the box truck, pinning Regmi in the accident. This is the second time that FedEx has been blamed for a fatal crash in only the past few years.

The driver of the FedEx vehicle, 43-year-old Gary Fox, was not injured. A lawsuit is now being filed against the company, who was sold only months before this and had to pay a $7 million payout. In the case of Madhav Regmi, authorities do not know what caused the driver to swerve from the roadway. FedEx has not yet responded to the lawsuit in court.

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