Monthly Archives: September 2015

Semi Wreck Causes More Crashes After Unleashing 20 Million Bees Onto Roadway

On Thursday afternoon, the Idaho State Police say a crash involving a semi created resulted in multiple crashes along I-15 at milepost 71, in Pocatello, ID. Police say Robert M. Langford, 32, of Ogden, UT, was driving a semi pulling … Continue reading

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Trucker Likely To Be Charged With Reckless Driving

Troopers with the Washingston State Patrol say the driver of an 18-wheeler will likely be cited for reckless driving. They say Mark Bailey, 58, caused an accident that sent five people to the hospital the other day. Fortunately, there were … Continue reading

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NTSB Rules Trucker That Seriously Injured Comedian Tracy Morgan Was Fatigued, Speeding

According to NTSB officials, a truck driver’s deadly crash involving SNL funnyman Tracy Morgan and his good friend, comedian James McNair, was due to extreme fatigue. Kevin Roper, a Wal-Mart truck driver from Georgia, reportedly hadn’t slept in 28 hours … Continue reading

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USDOT Determined To Curbed Semi Parking Along Freeways, Highways

We’ve heard or read time and time again how parked semis on major highways have led to some pretty serious accidents—some fatal. Just this month in Houston, Texas a semi parked on a highway shoulder for two days was involved … Continue reading

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Feds Delay Speed Limiter Rule For Heavy Trucks

We all know that speed kills. Yet in many crashes nationwide, speed is often a contributing factor. Despite this, some big rigs use it as a competitive advantage. Is this risky? You bet. However, for some truckers paid by the … Continue reading

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