Police say that brake failure is to blame for a massive fiery pileup crash in Santa Cruz, California this morning.
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UPS says their proposed contract is one of the best in the industry, but their drivers disagree.
Thankfully, no one was hurt.
The city says they are now planning to erect signs warning tractor trailers to stay out of the area.
Four of the five roads listed are in close proximity to interchanges,
Still, the study says that trucking is getting safer.
The pursuit lasted nearly an hour.
Police were able to locate the driver after receiving a tip from the mechanic shop repairing his truck.
Officers say that the drugs were coming from California and were on route to Ohio.
Police say the trucker was outside of a 7-eleven when a man suddenly attacked him.
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It is not yet clear whether the truck driver has been cited for the ordeal.
The exact reason for the crash is still under investigation.
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"It's the worst location and the best location. It depends on your perspective,”said County Council Chair Kim Carson.
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“Circumventing visa rules hurts the trucking industry and it hurts the citizens of Santa Cruz County,” said the deputy special agent in charge.
The motorist was killed instantly.
The truck driver was not hurt.
He is currently being held in the Erie County Prison on $250,000.
Both the driver who dropped the cigarette and the driver he crashed into were issued citations.