MD Man David Lee Spence ID’d As Victim In Wednesday Night Delmar Fatal Motorcycle Crash

DELMAR, MD. (THECOUNT) — David Lee Spence, of Delmar, Maryland, has been identified as the victim in a fatal motorcycle-versus-SUV collision Wednesday night on Route 54 in Delmar.

Spence, 37, was killed following a Wednesday night crash on Route 54 involving a Chevy SUV, state police said.

Troopers responded to reports of a vehicle collision after 7:00 p.m. on Route 54 near Rum Ridge Road in Delmar.

According to a news release from the Maryland State Police, the investigation determined the driver of a Chevrolet Silverado was attempting to perform a left turn into a residential driveway.

Spence’s Yamaha motorcycle failed to slow down and struck the rear of the Chevrolet truck, reports Delmarvanow.

The SUV driver, 40-year-old David Latimer Hudson, of Delmar, Delaware, was transported to an area hospital with unknown injuries.

Spence was transported to an area hospital where he was later pronounced dead of multiple blunt force trauma injuries.

The investigation into the cause of the crash remains open.

Geo quick facts: Delmar is a town in Wicomico County, Maryland, United States. The population was 3,003 at the 2010 census. It is included in the Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. When the population is added to “twin city” Delmar, Delaware, the town’s total population is 4,600 – Wikipedia.

If Your Supercar Didn’t Arrive This Might Be The Reason

Call it an automotive tragedy. A transport truck in Paris carrying nine supercars and assorted sports cars flipped on the highway leaving the beasts aboard in a mangled state.

Media reports say that the incident, which involved a Ferrari F430, Lamborghini Gallardo and a Turbo Porsche 911, occurred last Friday on a stretch of road that connects the A12 and A13.

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There’s no word on what caused the accident and no humans were injured, at least not in the physical sense. Continue reading

US Dropped This Leaflet Warning ISIS Fighters Of Impending Airstrike

The US Government dropped leaflets warning ISIS of an impending airstrike allowing many terror fighters to flee 45 minutes before the onslaught on oil tankers began.

The move to warn the fighters has many claiming it’s just another example of Obama’s two-faced war on terror. The US claims the drop was intended to minimise the death of drivers of the targeted oil tankers, whom the military say are likely civilians.

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“In Al-Bukamal, we destroyed 116 tanker trucks, which we believe will reduce ISIL’s ability to transport its stolen oil products,” Warren said. Continue reading

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Kevin Roper NO SLEEP TILL BROOKLYN

Kevin Roper, the Georgia truck driver charged in the accident that critically injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed James McNair, had not slept in over 24 hours, according to officials..

Roper failed to see traffic slowing in front of him on the turnpike near Cranbury Township, slamming the limo bus carrying Morgan and several other comics and friends after a performance in Delaware, police said.

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Roper was operating a truck “on the New Jersey Turnpike without having slept in excess of 24 hours,” Continue reading

Man With Road Rage Gets Dose of Instant Karma

Imagine: you’re being tailgated and finally the offending vehicle passes you, flipping the bird as they sail by as if you were the one doing something wrong. You take a deep breath, exhale slowly and try to take comfort in thinking that someday justice will be served.road-rage

That’s probably what a Florida driver thought, except this driver got to see “instant karma” happen right before her eyes — and she caught it on camera. Continue reading

BEEP BEEP BEEP Delivery Truck Backs Over $300,000 Ferrari

Life has got to be pretty good if you’re the owner of a $300,000 Ferrari FF. That is, until a New York City delivery truck driver accidentally backs into — and crushes — the hood of your beautiful ride.

That’s what happened on Columbus Avenue on Wednesday, NBC reports. The truck driver said he “didn’t see nothing” as he backed up. The paid driver behind the wheel of the FF was not hurt.
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FBI Agent Arrested For Driving Without Pants

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Special Agent John Yervelli of the FBI’s Buffalo office was traveling in his minivan when he was aprehended at a toll plaza just south of the city.

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The 48-year-old Yervelli was released on a ticket to appear in Court.

Utah Man Fired By FedEx Over Accent

A Utah truck driver is suing FedEx because he says the shipping company fired him over his thick Russian accent.

Driver, Ismail Aliyev, has filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against Memphis Tennessee-based FedEx and a long-haul contractor, the company that did the firing.

Ismail said he offered to meet with corporate brass to demonstrate his English speaking ability, but it was no use he was fired anyway.

It all started when Ismail was driving along a stretch of Utah highway when he came upon a Way Station. The Way Station agent actually issued a warning to FedEx because of Ismail’s Russian accent citing his ability to communicate.

“I think for a driver, my English is not too bad,” said Aliyev, now an independent trucker, adding, “It really does hurt.”

“FedEx just decided they didn’t want to deal with him, or even talk to him,” said Ismail’s lawyer. The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount for lost wages and punitive damages.