Discussion in 'Saia' started by hawaiianpizza, Feb 13, 2016.
That bites, hope the driver is OK and still employed.
Doesn't look like there was haz-mat involved . The video from the truck will either help his case or hurt it. Article said driver was ok ,
and no one else involved ,thankfully.
I wonder what was the weight on that trailer. It looks like it could have been pretty heavy of mostly the same product. But just guessing, hope driver ok also.
Wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't a steer tire
Glad he's ok. The one bright side in this is the fact that there's one less International in the fleet now.
Could have been one of those trucks that were put out of service , very possible.
no other vehicle involved,road conditions good,unknown speed,flipped in right side emergency lane,would not be able to dispatch with out of service truck,my opinion- hit something in road,or fell asleep.
The camera will tell the story
If it was, it'll never hit the news.
"Out of service" equipment has been put back into service, under some circumstances. I know this based on experience, and it was I who drove said vehicle(s). All depends on why and by whom the equipment was put out of service. Time will tell. Let the butt covering begin...
But, it's the drivers who will have to cover their butts.
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