Collapse of Fort McClellan Radio Tower Brings Wrongful Death Suit

On July 22, 37-year-old Barry Sloan and 41-year-old Jonce Hubble were working on a radio tower in Fort McClellan near Anniston, Alabama. A commercial truck hit one of the tower's guy wires, causing the tower to collapse. Sloan and Hubble each fell 40 feet, and Sloan was killed instantly.

After the fatal accident, the family of Barry Sloan has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in east Alabama against the driver of the truck and its owner. The truck was owned by Barnhart Crane and Rigging Company, Incorporated.

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