Man killed by tractor-trailer at FedEx - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Man killed by tractor-trailer at FedEx

(WMC-TV) - A man was killed by a tractor-trailer at FedEx Friday morning.

The tractor-trailer ran over him at FedEx's property on 555 Compress Drive in Memphis.

The man was a worker for a company called Quality Services. They were doing some work on the FedEx property when it happened.

The tractor-trailer belonged to an independent contractor who works for FedEx Ground.

FedEx media relations gave this official statement:

"We are aware of the incident that occurred in Memphis this morning. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those involved. We are cooperating fully with the authorities but have no further details at this time."

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