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One week after a big-rig driver barreled into 10 vehicles on Highway 17 near Los Gatos, a 37-year-old Capitola woman injured in the crash filed a negligence lawsuit against the driver and his Madera County-based trucking company. Nicole Albaum was
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Lindy Hartsfield-Vasquez likes trucking. She started in January and likes the independence, the money and the opportunity to crisscross the country with her husband and driving partner, Jose, and their cat, Houdini. She
Surveillance cameras captured two big rigs crashing into the front yard of an Oxnard home and then taking off. Residents are now hoping city officials will take action before someone gets seriously injured. The homeowners had just finished repairing
Camp Parks, a mostly undeveloped section of open space in Dublin, is one of the last remaining large breeding grounds for the burrowing owl in the East Bay. Once plentiful in area grasslands, the burrowing owl has been driven from its natural habitat
We need large trucks to transport our goods from state to state, and the trucking industry helps to boost our economy. The vast majority of truck drivers are professionals, who have been specially trained in the safe operation of their large vehicles.
According to witnesses, as reported by townhall.com, the driver approached the rail crossing seemingly oblivious to the flashing lights and the lowered cross-arms. The semi skidded though the cross-arms and directly into the train. Investigators
One of the only unfortunate things about the start of the year is the holiday drought that follows. No days off, no long weekend trips, no holiday pay for months...The Hallmark movies, ice cream flavors fit for a kindergartner and bad '80s music
A pileup involving an overturned vehicle, a big rig and two other cars blocked two lanes of southbound Interstate 880 Friday, prompting a miles-long traffic backup during the morning commute, the California Highway Patrol said. CHP officers responded
Calif. (AP) The California Highway Patrol says two drivers suffered minor to moderate injuries after high winds knocked over six big rigs on a stretch of Northern California highway. The crashes on Interstate 580 around the San Joaquin County city of
The Utah Department of Transportation said Monday that the restrictions apply to vehicles exceeding 7 feet 10 inches wide and 11 feet 4 inches tall. Such big rigs are advised to instead use alternate routes such as SR 14 or SR 20 until further notice.