TowZone Posted October 1, 2020 Share Posted October 1, 2020 BARRIE -- Hundreds of tow truck drivers from across the province united at the Innisfil ONroute, where a fellow driver crashed his truck on Monday. The 21-year-old driver was airlifted to a Toronto hospital in life-threatening condition after the truck rolled over on the southbound 400. Wasaga Beach resident, 28-year-old Sara Avila, was in the truck at the time of the crash. She says Devon, who was behind the wheel, told her truck drivers were "like a family." "I didn't realize how much he meant they were like a family, but they're here, I'm happy they're here. I just wish he could be here to see them," says Avila. "Whatever it is, we come together at times of need like this," says Taylor Sowerby, a tow truck operator out of Richmond Hill. "People who don't even know him are showing up to show their support for a fellow driver." Police say the 21-year-old wasn't wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash and was thrown from the truck after losing control while changing lanes. https://barrie.ctvnews.ca/i-m-happy-they-re-here-tow-truck-drivers-unite-for-driver-hurt-in-rollover-1.5127364 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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