Anchor Point man killed in crash near Moose Pass

An Anchor Point man died this week when his truck crashed near Moose Pass.

Alaska State Troopers report that Marc Roderick, 46, died on Wednesday. He was driving a 2007 Kenworth truck near Mile 33 of the Seward Highway close to Moose Pass when the vehicle went off the road. Roderick had been pulling a trailer with an excavator on it behind the truck, troopers wrote in an online dispatch report.

“The vehicle left the snowy roadway and struck a rock wall,” the dispatch states. “The excavator came forward and crushed the cab of the truck.”

Roderick was pronounced dead on the scene. His family has been notified.

An investigation into what caused the crash is ongoing, according to the trooper dispatch.

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