TRUXTON, N.Y. (AP) — In a story May 30 about a truck crash that killed seven people, The Associated Press reported that Newton Salvage, which owned the truck, had been subject to a roadside inspection in March. The story should have made clear that a truck owned by the company was inspected, but that it was not the one involved in the crash.
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