A 21-year-old guy from Manitoba died while transporting a truck with hot tar

A 21-year-old guy from Manitoba died while transporting a truck with hot tar

A truck with hot tar, driven by a 21-year-old man, pulled out of the road and jammed into a ditch.

Bradley Jackson lived in Woodlands, Manitoba. The Police in North Dakota, where an incident occurred, reported that the truck wheels had slipped from the road to the side of the road, the truck leaned over and overturned. This happened near Thompson at around 1.30 am. About 6 gallons of hot tar spilled onto the road and into the ditch.

The ambulance, who arrived at the scene of the accident, took the man to the hospital with wounds dangerous to life. Doctors fought desperately for his life for 4 days, but nothing could be done about it. On Sunday, Bradley's mother announced his death. Death was recorded at a Minneapolis hospital on Saturday.

Bradley Jackson worked for Jade Transport from Winnipeg. This transport company is engaged in the transportation of bulk goods, liquids, and dangerous goods. Representatives of the company confirmed the fact of the incident, but they did not give any official comments on that matter.

The news was the real nightmare for the mother of the deceased guy, Rose Walder. She said that the son was her only support in life. Bradley worked as a truck driver for about two years. At the time of the accident, hot tar fell into his cabin and he practically had no chance to escape. The boy's mother thanked everyone who supports her. On the Internet, a fund-raising campaign has been opened for the family of the deceased driver.

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