I always worry about this type of thing happening when you cross over into West Virginia on 35. A lot of truck traffic and no divided highway.What a horrible story. Looks like the FedEx driver only had one lane. Fallen tree. At night, in the rain. Could happen to any of us. It’s scary. Because it reminds you that the danger is real.
I always worry about this type of thing happening when you cross over into West Virginia on 35. A lot of truck traffic and no divided highway.
Both were pulling doubles driver was out of Houston triples are none existent down here in TexasPeople are asking. It looks like the XPO was pulling trips ? Is that true ? And was the FedEx trips or a set ?
Also. 01:30 Saturday morning. He cut out early to get his weekend started ? In a sterling on a short run ?
The hit tv series ‘Deadliest Catch’ has nothing on our profession when you read and see what can potentially happen to anyone of us any time of day or nite when we’re working. These pics here are a real wake up call to me and should be to all of us to to do everything in our power to be as safe as we possibly can all the time. Prayers for his surviving family will be offered up from here. It’s way too aweful for our dsr colleage loosing his life being that close to getting out of this dangerous line of work. Wow...what a sad tradjedy!!!
Yea this is really sad just to think your that close to retiring then this happensUsually these things spread pretty fast. Seems a lot of people out this way, this is the first they have heard of it. A great deal of sympathy to the family. It’s disheartening to think you could give your whole life to your career. Literally.