at 5: We've learned the name of the man killed on Interstate 81 South in Botetourt County this morning. State Police say Kenneth Decker's van ran off the left side of the road, hit an embankment and overturned. He died at the hospital. Virginia State Police say the accident happened around 4:20 a.m. near the Route 220 exit. Decker was 68 and from Buena Vista. An update tonight on the truck crash on Jae Valley Road in Roanoke County. The Virginia Department of Transportation says this wreck should have never happened in the first place. Police say the truck was carrying 48- hundred gallons of a formaldehyde solution when it lost control and went over an embankment yesterday morning. WDBJ7's David Kaplan is live at the scene of the accident right now. David, what did vdot say? The driver of the truck was charged with losing control of his vehicle and failure to obey a road sign. In all likelihood, this is that road sign; the one telling truckers to say off Jae Valley Road. vdot says this represents a growing problem of big trucks taking roads that aren't meant for them. vdot attributes it to GPS's. a lot of times truckers will follow a gps that takes them on narrow, windy roads despite signage saying not to. Again, it's not clear if that's what happened here, but neighbors say seeing truckers is common. a lot. They come down this mountain religiously, when something happens on 220 they all come over the mountain. Logging trucks, anything, cattle trailers, it's been everything and anything. You'll hear from neighbors, see what's being done to contain the spill, and just what harm that spill could cause tonight at six. Live in Roanoke County, David Kaplan, wdbj7.