Operations

Probe: Truck Driver Overworked Before Tracey Morgan Crash

Posted on June 20, 2014
A 3-D scan of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter limousine van involved in the June 7 crash. Photo by National Transportation Safety Board

A 3-D scan of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter limousine van involved in the June 7 crash. Photo by National Transportation Safety Board

A 3-D scan of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter limousine van involved in the June 7 crash. Photo by National Transportation Safety Board
A 3-D scan of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter limousine van involved in the June 7 crash. Photo by National Transportation Safety Board

WASHINGTON, D.C — A report issued today by the National Transportation Safety Board said the driver of the rig that slammed into the van carrying Tracy Morgan — critically injuring the comedian and killing another passenger — was speeding and had been working more than 13 consecutive hours.

NJ.com article here

Related Topics: accidents, celebrities, criminal incidents, driver behavior, driver fatigue, driver safety, federal regulations, limo crashes, New Jersey operators, passenger safety

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Article

How To Get Clients To See Value In Your Rates

NOV. LCT: We fear our own prices when comparing ourselves to TNCs, but we don’t compete with them any more than Marriott does with a Motel 6. Learn how to justify your rates without guilt.

News

2018's Luxury Travel Trends

Among the highlights for next year is a focus on far-flung destinations along with international trips of two weeks or more.