News reports confirm that on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at around 9 a.m., a flatbed truck was being loaded at the top of a hill when its brakes failed the caused the truck to run away. The truck eventually struck a Bobcat excavator, killing two men inside (including 19-year-old Cody Hauser) and injuring Samuel Hancock and Albert Starr. The incident happened off Old Dalton Road in Calhoun, Georgia. The site was operated by Kevin Gurley Incorporated. OSHA was notified and is investigating the incident.
“Commercial vehicles and other heavy equipment used at construction sites must be maintained and inspected on a regular basis. Where the vehicles are being used to carry heavy and potentially dangerous materials, it is imperative that the tires and brakes are in good condition. OSHA enforces certain rules designed to prevent accidents like the one described above.”
It is imperative to obtain the following evidence:
Dash Cam Video
Witness statements and contact information
Photographs from the scene
Brakes on the vehicle
OSHA investigative file
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