FAIRFIELD-SUISUN, CALIFORNIA

Fairfield

No injuries in truck rollover

By From page A9 | February 12, 2014

FAIRFIELD — No one was hurt when a AT&T crane truck drove off the roadway and rolled onto its side along Suisun Valley Road on Tuesday morning.

Around 7:25 a.m., Fairfield police and California Highway Patrol officers responded to the scene to find the truck on its right side in the ditch off the right-hand shoulder.

Police said the truck had been traveling on Suisun Valley Road near Interstate 80 when it rolled.

The driver was not injured and traffic flow was only affected when a tow truck arrived to remove the AT&T truck.

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  • http://cwa4900.org/LinkClick.aspx?filet ... D&tabid=40 AND THIS: http://www.cwa1298.org/sites/cwa1298d6. ... hanges.pdfFebruary 12, 2014 - 7:41 am

    Thank goodness that the technician is fine, and was not hurt, and if any injuries would have been job related, because once he is an A.T.T retiree, he will be screwed and tattooed. After all A.T.T has too keep that bottom line up to keep paying their CEO, CFO, other board members, upper management, etc. etc. those outrageous salaries while taking away from those that gave A.T.T their lives, careers. Just check out the INFO at my, "Name."

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