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Old 03-18-2015, 07:57 AM   #15
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I think it's I-15 north of St George where you climb the hills through several large sweeping turns. We travel this route every few years. I always tell my wife to keep an eye out as there will be an overturned truck or two. Sure enough, EVERY time we've been through there, we see a truck on it's side. Last time it looked like they were leaving it there to be cleaned up at a later time. No one around.
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Boy, you gotta give snaps to the power and efficacy of this forum! So far we've got full causal resolution of the accident, an in depth psychoanalysis of the truck driver's outlook and motivation, several supporting briefs describing the driving habits of persons wholly unrelated to the accident in question, and an odd, insulting, supposedly clever name-calling aimed at lumbermen; all of it without having to seek out or rely on even one single documented fact relative to the issue at hand.

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FWIW The last I knew Swift ran one of the biggest driver mills in the country. It is quite possible that the driver did not have much more experience than his school time and 6 week ride along. In that case the accident could cost him his job plus he will still owe Swift several thousand for training and anything he borrowed for living expenses.

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