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Truck Driver Risks Own Safety to Aid Accident Victims

August 23, 2007

Truck driver John Vanscoy was awarded a commendation by the City of Roseville, Mich., for “heroic actions he demonstrated during a serious auto accident,” according to a news release.On May 9, 2007 a car traveling eastbound on Interstate 94 near the 12 Mile Road intersection in Roseville hit a retainer wall, rolled several times and landed back on the road. Due to heavy rush hour traffic, paramedics were having trouble getting to the passengers trapped in the vehicle. According to the release, Vanscoy pulled his semi-truck across the freeway, blocking oncoming traffic, and remained there until both occupants of the vehicle were transported safely to the hospital where they were treated and released. The commendation, presented by City of Roseville Fire Marshal David Glancy, recognizes Vanscoy for going above and beyond the call of duty in providing necessary assistance to paramedics who might not have otherwise reached the car accident victims in time. “We are proud to have a team member who demonstrated such an act of bravery and concern for others,” said Greg Humes, president of Top Flite Express. “Safety is a priority to all of our drivers – John’s actions are an extraordinary example of this commitment and an inspiration to all drivers.”Vanscoy drives for Top Flite Express, a Midwest regional carrier specializing in truckload, critical and high value freight. He has 15- years of experience as a truck driver.
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