Family of man killed by runaway truck: 'It should never have happened'
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- Life was showing many possibilities for James Sharp, a devoted husband and father to three young children in Puyallup.
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#1 Aug 15, 2012
rest in peace to a brother trucker.I work for the same company as james had.I have 3 small children also kinda hits close to home.As a trucker I understand that even the slightest error by me can cause dramatic or tragic results I pray that if by some awful circumstance my truck was involved in something so tragic that all would understand it was not cause purposly and forgiveness would be granted and if something were to happen to me that my friends and family would find it in there hearts to forgive whoever needed forgiveness.I see tragic accidents to frequent Rest in peace james may your family carry on with strength and yiur children grow with your love beside there hearts.
#2 Aug 25, 2012
My deepest condolences to James' family. What a terrible shame to survive driving our nation's highways in a truck,only to perish due to the negligence of another trucker.
A fellow Swift driver.
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