Tow411 Posted October 14, 2020 Share Posted October 14, 2020 ST. LOUIS (AP) - The tow truck driver who was involved in Cardinals pitcher Josh Hancock's fatal car accident says he suffers every day when he remembers the event.Thirty-3-year-old Jacob Hargrove tells KSDK TV in St. Louis that he has been diagnosed with post traumatic stress syndrome since the accident.Authorities say Hancock rear-ended Hargrove's truck in April while Hancock was driving drunk. Hancock's father is suing Hargrove's company for negligence in the accident.Hargrove says he thinks about the accident every day. He remembers seeing Hancock's truck speeding toward him without showing any signs of slowing down. Hargrove says he braced himself in the truck but was thrown around like a rag doll. Wreckerman05 said: hes the one who needs to be talking to lawyers--iam sure he has suffered as much or more than anybody else has- Towmaster B said: He needs to file a counter-suit due to the damages of his truck caused by the negligence of a drunk driver. 60 Tonner said: You know what its people like this in this world who shouldn't be here josh hancocks dad wants to sue dude your son was the dumbass who got in the car drunk what the hell do people think. Muskegontowguy said: I didn't think of a Pain and suffering suit that way. But you guys are right. Physiological pain and suffering is just as real and even times more debilitating than Physical Pain. I think this driver should Definitely file a counter claim against the Players estate. Greg Kowalski Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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