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  • sc
    December 09, 2012 - 20:02

    Apparently the qualifications necessary to become a 'professional' truck driver are much different in NL than anywhere else in the world. I wonder how long this driver was in training before achieving his level of expertise. Undoubtedly the courts will go easy on him because he didn't actually kill anyone - this time. A slap on the wrist, a caution not to do it again, and he'll be back on the roads in no time. The judge will probably claim that there were extenuating circumstances and, well, it's the Christmas season and that 'buddy' was under a lot of stress etc. etc. Personally I'd ban this 'professional' from driving for life but I suspect he'd just drive without a licence anyway. He evidently doesn't have much respect for the laws or fellow citizens.

  • owen
    December 09, 2012 - 19:38

    I guess the word "professional" is used for lack of a better word in this case....should have his license ulled for good......

  • W.Grouchy
    December 09, 2012 - 18:01

    Those guys can cause a lot more damage than moose. Where are you Nippard?

    • Frank
      December 10, 2012 - 09:59

      Eugene is only concerned about wiping out the moose. He is oblivious to the daily carnage on the highways!

  • Denise
    December 09, 2012 - 10:22

    A semi-rig driver...3 and 1/2 times over the legal limit...those guys can be scary sober. I, for one, have a great and profound respect for the semi-truck, for the size and weight, if nothing else. To think that this individual does not respect how lethal these rigs have the potential to be, clearly indicates that he has no respect for what he's in control of and for the people he's putting at risk. I would bet that this guy is the sort that pulls out in front of traffic, cuts people off and drives like he owns the road, simply because he can and he knows that in an accident, he's not likely to be the one hurt or killed. I hope this guy never gets behind the wheel again. Find another career, that doesn't involve thousands of pounds of potentially lethal equipment.

  • Bob
    December 09, 2012 - 09:26

    He should have been described as being a professional "scumbag" from St.John's. They need to throw the book heavily at this clown but won't.He'll get a lecture and get off scott free and be driving again in a few months. Imagine the potential tragic consequences of this loser driving a huge trunk,loaded drunk down the highway,especially when the divided lanes end.Luckily that citizen phoned him in or there could be several deaths to report today. You are a hero whoever phoned this in. The stupidity of some people never ceases to amaze me!