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Light Up The Sky For Fallen Tow Operators 06.23.20

Rick Bays

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The Professional Towing Operators Of Santa Cruz County ‘LIT UP THE NIGHT’ in honor of the brother we lost yesterday in the Bay Area, & all those we have lost so far this year.

Walt Barrows from Ladd’s our local FSP driver represented the driver from Atlas Tow in SFO who was killed yesterday. Thanks to all who came & WFD!

We hope all that saw this tonight will
‘SLOW DOWN & MOVE OVER’ to save a 1st. Responder’s Life!











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48 Year career tow operator. Semi-retired. Education Director & Lead Instructor at California Tow Truck Association.

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Thanks Rick for posting this. I wasn't there with a wrecker but I was there in spirit. Welcome to the site and I look forward to you being actively involved ... I know you have the time. Best Regards.    R.

Randall C. Resch

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This needs to be the setting all across the country on the same night. We need are own march for roadside safety and remembrance of those murdered by careless drivers.

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These tributes are a healing moment for the families, friends and communities that have lost a loved one. Its a source of pride and a connection to all the people that in one way or another respected and appreciated the work they performed and the help they were able to give.

That being said these tributes come to late, they should be a festival, organized and held across all states to show and stand in honor of the men and woman and thier families that give 100% of themselves to the public's need everyday. I believe if the country can hold an holiday every year in honor of the brave men and woman that defend our nation in battle, and we can light the skys up at the same time to celebrate the independence those men and woman died for, then we can unite under that flag and let our voices be heard as we honor all 1st responders lost helping those that needed them. To rally in a celebration organized to occur at the same time every where and to do so in a continual basis would be away to bring awareness and support to the reason and effects of the move over law. Then we could celebrate those that got to go home that day more than paying tribute to those that do not get to return home ever again.


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