Trial starts for truck driver accused of triggering 100-car pile-up

A man is on trial for reckless driving and other charges after a snowy crash more than a year ago. Prosecutors say Nenad Sibinovic was driving too fast, causing his truck to jack-knife in a blizzard white-out. One person died as some 100 cars crashed as a result of the disabled truck.
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A man is on trial for reckless driving and other charges after a snowy crash more than a year ago. Prosecutors say Nenad Sibinovic was driving too fast, causing his truck to jack-knife in a blizzard white-out. One person died as some 100 cars crashed as a result of the disabled truck.

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