Update: We managed to talk to a source with direct knowledge on the matter and who shared exclusive details on what happened. However, the source asked to remain anonymous as there’s an ongoing investigation and pending litigation, with the same response given when asked about the names of those involved.
We were told that the truck driver was hired by the hauling company just four days prior to the incident, during which time, “he only did one load”, as he was not deemed fit (or stable) for the job.
Our source clarified that the driver “was mainly mad he did not get a 2020 truck … He got a 2019 truck and it was not good enough for him!”.
He added that the company allegedly decided to part ways with the driver in a civilized manner with “no arguments or heated words” with “all this happening in front of witnesses” after fully compensating him. While he “repeatedly asked to stay and work”, the owner’s mind was made up to…